Embracing Confusion

Embracing Confusion

By Diane Cameron “Form serves us best when it works as an obstruction, to baffle us and deflect our intended course. It may be that when we no longer know what to do, we have come to our real work and when we no longer know which way to go, we...

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Beach Prayers

Beach Prayers

By Diane Cameron The beach has always felt like my natural home. I grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and summer time spent there meant time on one of the three rivers or a drive North to Lake Erie. That Great Lake offered plenty of body surfing and lots...

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Defiance and Resentment

Defiance and Resentment

By Diane Cameron This week I had a big resentment. It felt awful. The good news of long recovery is that I recognize resentment earlier, and I have more skills to keep it under wraps while I’m processing. But the other side of having these...

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When I Envy the Newcomer

When I Envy the Newcomer

By: Diane Cameron Oh, it’s a complicated thing, this recovery. And even after many years, I find myself tangled in some pretty funny thinking. Here’s an example: I got a call from the sister of a woman I’ve been sponsoring for a couple of...

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