There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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Moving beyond a difficult past.
Why do we submit to envy, knowing -- as we do -- that it is painful and pointless?
I was a sassy teenager with an Old World father and a meek mother. Years later, the drive to express myself commemorates their lives.
How can a small animal cause such a big pain?
Life stages seem harder as we grow older, but we deepen in the process.
I should probably hate Mel Gibson.
For all the years I had no time to myself, I now had all the time I could want.
For this dark-haired girl, Elizabeth Taylor was a raven-haired ray of hope.
My mission was to make the world better. Then, we could all be happy.
Sonia Taitz, a daughter of Holocaust survivors, is the author of In the King's Arms and Mothering Heights.