No matter how old you are or what you do, someone will stab you in the back at some point in your life.

I have been betrayed both personally and professionally, and sometimes I’ve seen it coming and other times, it completely caught me off guard. I usually have a strong intuition, but sometimes it kicks in too late, as I am a very trusting and open person.

Unfortunately there are just some people in this world who think that lying, hurting others, causing drama spreading gossip is necessary to get ahead or entertaining. These are dangerous people who you should try and avoid at all costs.

Each of us (I hope) tries to be a good person every day. You show people you are a good person by taking actions consistent with what you define as being a good person.

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If I’ve learned anything over the past year, it’s that nothing in life is certain. Plans and life can go awry for reasons out of your control, people change and you just have to go with it and make the best of it.

My life was completely different a year ago. I was in an in-house marketer. I had a lot of friends. I thought I had finally found “the one,” and we had recently moved in together. I had the best dog in the world. I was settled and content (or so I thought). I never imagined I would be where I am today.

But things happen, people change, business needs change, people and pets pass away, a pandemic can happen- nothing is certain. Just look at the world in which we live right now. I had to go with the flow. I had to stop knocking on doors that weren’t meant for me. I had to hit the reset button on my life. I had to lean on others for support. And most of all, I had to harness the power of my intuition to lead me to a better life.

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I finally came back to Manhattan today to lovely flowers from several friends and the most thoughtful package from my dear friend Angie.

It has a figure of an angel holding a dog in her arms along with his name and says “you left paw prints on our hearts” and Charlie certainly did. I don’t

I suddenly lost my beloved french bulldog Charlie last Saturday, and it’s been a very tough week.

He lived a full life and within the range of how long frenchies live, but it doesn’t make his passing any easier.

My family and friends sprung to action and scooped me up from my home in Manhattan

There’s no doubt that everyone is not feeling themselves due to the pandemic. Many people have had to deal with hardships such as the loss of a job or a loved one.

I lost my beloved French bulldog Charlie recently, and I continue to try to remain positive and find the silver lining in things.