My Journey With MG, Myasthenia Gravis

June 1, 2017

Everyone has a story. Each and every one of us has walked a different and distinctive path. We all can give a chronicled account of our life: a reflection of what we have encountered, how we have embraced those experiences and what we have learned on our journey. If we simply view it in a simplistic […]

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Caryl’s Interview on Star Woman Plus

February 2, 2017

On April 2015 I was interviewed by Oyebade Ebunoluwa, a writer and a poet. As Oyebade states, “The idea behind the website, StarWomanPlus is to bring intelligent women with articulate voices together for the forward march of women and girls. Every woman is a potential queen. Every woman is the world’s dream. Every woman is […]

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Turn Obstacles And Challenges Into Acceptance

January 21, 2017

Moving through obstacles and shifting challenges emerges into a place of positive change when there is acceptance. If we cannot change the circumstance, then we must change our mindset. In the end, acceptance fortifies and empowers us. Out of adversity comes an opportunity to expand ourselves. It is an opportunity for inner growth. To shift […]

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In Remembrance of Breast Cancer Month

September 22, 2016

A passage from my journal . . . While I was working at the University of South Florida, I had an early morning ritual, what I deemed as a charitable act of kindness. I would feed the abandoned cats that lived on campus near my office. For me, there was solace in caring for my […]

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What Does Labor Day Mean to You?

August 26, 2016

Childhood days capture such sweet memories of the summer months, picturesque images of breezy, balmy surroundings, echoes of laughter and splashing water about, days of carefree play. The fun-spirited festivities, the freedom of child play would swiftly come to an end; and shortly thereafter, the start of the school year would be marked by the […]

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Celebrating Beyond National Homeless Animals Day

August 5, 2016

This year, 2016, we honor National Homeless Animals Day on August 15th. Let’s celebrate National Homeless Animals Day, every day and beyond.  Mahatma Gandhi summed it up in one powerful and meaningful quote: “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi […]

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July 4th, Think Freedom

June 26, 2016

On July 4th most people are awestruck and captivated by the festive celebration of fireworks, often foregoing the true meaning of Independence Day. Its symbol represents what was strived for, to protect our independence. So long ago our founding fathers risked being hung for treason by the leaders of Great Britain to defend our liberty […]

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Intentional Dialoguing: Tools for All Relationships

April 7, 2016

Years ago my husband, Gary Loper, Twitter Expert, Life, Business and Social Media Coach introduced me to a new way of dialoguing, Imago Intentional Dialoguing. Intentional dialogue is a healthy way to communicate, especially in times of conflict.  The basic structure consists of some simple steps that when implemented they will foster an open, conscious and positive […]

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What’s Your Psychology of Money?

February 25, 2016

The consequences of your thought and language process clearly correlate to your choices and will create an outcome. Your projected thoughts and words implicate your financial result. Is there ever a separation with your perceptions, how you decipher your experiences, and project your thoughts and words? Your perceptions and reactions dictate your results. The structure of […]

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