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Because We Moms NEVER Feel Guilty!!

There are so many things moms can and do feel guilty about. “Will I breastfeed or use formula?” when our children are newborns to “What college should we choose?” when our children are beginning to leave home. Does this describe you? We feel guilty when we choose fast food instead of a homemade dinner with organic

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Supercharge the Three Most Important Aspects of Life!

JOIN 30 EXPERTS IN OUR HEALTH, LIFE & BUSINESS SUMMIT 2020 has been a Year of Predicament and Change. Many people sat on the sidelines, waiting for things to get back to “normal.” That’s why we brought together a roster of experts, authorities in the field, who are committed to helping you become the best

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Be My Guest with Jan Lewis, Upton Public Television

(Watch Interview Here)   My name is Jan Lewis and I am the Host of “Be My Guest!”, a television interview program that airs on  Youtube and locally online.  I read the article in the Community Advocate about your work as an end-of-life coach, and I think it is wonderful!  I would like to extend an

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The Community Advocate – Life Coach, Rev. Lee Atherton

Marlborough-based End-of-Life Coach Rev. Lee Atherton: Driven by Faith Reverend Lee Atherton is a professional officiant and life coach. She offers highly personalized services for anyone facing one of life’s momentous transitions.Inclusive and welcoming, Atherton believes that no matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome. An ordained minister and

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Holidays, whether religious or secular, are especially painful for those who are grieving. The death of someone you love can make this “most wonderful time of the year” anything but joyful and bright. Grieving During the Holidays Grieving this last year in the midst of Covid-19 has left many feeling more isolated and lonely than

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Several years ago when I began working at AseraCare Hospice, I was introduced to an extraordinary woman named Lois.  My colleague Judy knew her long before she had dementia and long before I began caring for her.  She heard Lois, accompanied by a famous pianist, sing with grace, beauty and intensity.  Her joy and passion in life were

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