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The Dressmaker. Persephone Reconciling with her Past The Dressmaker. Persephone Reconciling with her Past

May. 06, 2018


The Dressmaker. Persephone Reconciling with her Past

Modern women with leading archetype of Persephone find the very process of healing and reconciling with their past is what gives their life a meaning. They lead by example and inspire others.  

Watched The Dressmaker (2015) with Kate Winslet last Saturday.  I found Winslet character, Tilly Dunnage  to serve a perfect   example of an ancient Greek  myth of Persephone, goddess of vegetation, youth and queen of the underworld. There is a school in psychology that uses Greek gods as archetypes that shape our lives. I adhere to […]
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Reading John Gray Right Reading John Gray Right

Apr. 05, 2018


Reading John Gray Right

In these changing, liberating, gender-fluid times I often see how Gray's "Mars & Venus" ideas are referred as obsolete. I can not agree. But I can remember myself weeping over the pages keenly describing my toxic behavior. It was very tempting to settle at I-Hate-John-Gray phase. I am happy I did not.

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Antique Rose Red Antique Rose Red

Dec. 21, 2017


Antique Rose Red

When a stylist first showed me my best hue of red, I nearly bursted in tears. I liked Signal Red. I did not like my pictures when I wearing it, but I did not connect the dots. I wore it. I needed a different color, but I needed to clean my color palate first.

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Color Story: Signal Red. Color Story: Signal Red.

Dec. 20, 2017


Color Story: Signal Red.

What defines our ability to sport True Red with ease and pose? It is not the hair color, it is the skin tone. It ranges from dark olive to alabaster and varies from cool to warm, but it has one unifying quality.

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