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Lasara (Firefox) Allen is an author, educator, activist, and coach. Lasara’s first book, the bestselling Sexy Witch (nonfiction, Llewellyn Worldwide), was published in 2005 under the name LaSara FireFox.

Lasara is a columnist at Elephant Journal and Identity Magazine, a regular contributor at EnlightenedMindJournal and singledad.com, has been published at eHow.com, eZineArticles.com and much more. Her work has been featured extensively in print. Lasara’s writing covers a range of topics including parenting, relationships, family, communication, advice, fitness, yoga, health & holistic well-being, mental health, gratitude, compassion, and spiritual practice.

Over the years Lasara has helped clients and students find balance in their lives...more


Why Coaching? Over on facebook, I’ve recently had a few folks ask me what coaching is, and even questioning its validity as a healing modality. I have taken the time to answer each of them individually, AND, I know that if some are asking, others a wondering. So here’s some info that may help you
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Published on October 17, 2014 16:47
Average rating: 4.11 · 65 ratings · 9 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
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LaSara FireFox LaSara FireFox said: "This is an amazing collection of writing. I have laughed and cried. Mostly cried. And I've learned so much.

Well written, hard hitting, important work.
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LaSara FireFox LaSara FireFox said: "I am reading Ariel Gore's "Bluebird: Women and the New Psychology of Happiness" for the first time. The fact that it's taken me this long to get to it is a bit of an embarrassment, as Ariel is both a friend, a peer, and she mentioned me in the book i...more "

 

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Sovereign Bones by Eric Gansworth
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This is an amazing collection of writing. I have laughed and cried. Mostly cried. And I've learned so much.

Well written, hard hitting, important work.
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“The history of men's opposition to women's emancipation is more interesting perhaps than the story of that emancipation itself.”
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“So long as you write what you wish to write, that is all that matters; and whether it matters for ages or only for hours, nobody can say. ”
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“...who shall measure the heat and violence of a poet's heart when caught and tangled in a woman's body?”
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“Starved for affection, terrified of abandonment, I began to wonder if sex was really just an excuse to look deeply into another human being's eyes.”
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