HERE ARE SOME OF MY CURRENT FAVORITE QUOTES:
"Since most of our emotional experiences are the direct result of how we interpret and personalize the events in our lives, the important factor is the skill with which we handle our own responses."
Traleg Kyabgou Rinpoche
"The main thing is, you cannot be afraid to dig way down into yourself. You've got to go way down into that dark place and come out from that."
"What is the source of our first suffering? It lies in the fact that we hesitated to speak. It was born in the moment when we accumulated silent things within us."
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During those 16 years, I have enjoyed teaching all the different levels of English here in the SRJC English Department, as well as earning another Masters degree, this one in Psychology.
4 years of English Phd work completed: University of California, Davis
MA English: State University of New York, Brockport
BA English 1st Class Honors: Loughborough University, Leicestershire, England
Professional Areas of Interest
Particularly fascinating for me are the connections between memory, creativity, and the unconscious--and the adroit beauty of the psyche as it offers up images and sensations for exploration.
I find myself reflecting upon our capacity to hear the experience of others, particularly when their truth conflicts with our own, and I'm curious about the ways in which our stories make their way into our writing and our lives--how they shape them both consciously and unconsciously. Finally, I am wondering about how our early experiences--those that affected us before we could process and reflect upon them--contribute to our ways of being by remaining lodged in our bodies and our minds until we can hear them and re-story them.
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