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When Adulting Conflicts With Travel

You invest in your relationship with yourself

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We sip our morning coffees and talk over one another as the server brings our feast: egg-white omelet and veggies for my mom, a round of breakfast bowls for those of us who actually like to eat, pancakes for the kids, and bagels and lox for sharing, as my brother excitedly asks “so what are we doing for lunch?!”




Authentically sharing stories and poems from the heart about our experience of being human and our ongoing process of becoming perfectly imperfect. Writing mostly real and raw with a sprinkle of microfiction!

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Galit Birk, PhD

Galit Birk, PhD

Psychology, human potential, therapy, coaching, possibility, vulnerability, authenticity, connection, being known, giving my words wings! Perfectly imperfect.

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