Missed the soiree? No worries. One of the guests caught it on “film.” Watch the video here!
Jennifer was interviewed by Lori A. Andrus on her Priestess Pathway podcast discussing drama and how it shows up in different ways in our lives. Jennifer delivered insight into navigating the drama that we all sometimes experience and how to shift into authentic thriving. Listen to the whole interview below.
ROSENBLUM: THIS YEAR, A RECIPE FOR A FEUD-FREE GATHERING
It’s five days before Thanksgiving.
Time to make our list, but not for groceries or Black Friday gifts. This list guarantees that our family gathering will be harmonious, at last.
The turkey will be unusually tasty. Conversations will flow. We will feel love and charity in our hearts for strays who show up empty-handed, for our sister’s unruly brats and the teenage table texters, for Uncle Joe’s absurd political diatribes, with which no thinking person could agree.
We will be above all of this, and them, smiling, calm and content, without assistance from drugs or drink.
All because of the list.
Read the whole article on startribune.com
Originally posted on the Star Tribune
All of us sooner or later face life’s hard spots, from death of a loved one to job loss or physical/mental challenges. Sometimes, it helps to read how others have survived and thrived, which is what this week’s roundup of motivational/inspirational/spiritual books by Minnesota writers offer readers. One of the most important benefits of reading is that books offer assurance that someone else has been through the same thing and they found words that helped them through.
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Originally posted on Twin Cities.com
By Mary Ann Grossmann
By Contributing Writer Rachel M. Anderson
When life coach Jennifer Kern Collins of St. Louis Park thinks back to her youth, she does not have the fond memories of childhood many people do. While there were some good times, what stands out in the mix is the drama.
“In my households there were personality disorders, addictions and multiple divorces,” she said. “Plus, I moved around a lot. It was a pretty chaotic upbringing.”