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About Darlene Corbett

Darlene Corbett is a speaker, author, licensed therapist/coach and podcaster and is known as the “UnStuck” expert. She has developed programs based on her experience and is hired by associations and corporations all over the country. Her book, Stop Depriving the World of You, helps readers begin their unique journey to self-discovery. Visit Darlene at http://www.darlenecorbett.com/
Latest Posts | By Darlene Corbett
What If You Could Change Someone’s World?
2 months ago

What If You Could Change Someone’s World?

For these past several months, like many of you, I have been operating virtually through Zoom, FaceTime, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Skype. Many people have experienced this as exhausting. I understand that position…
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Not Feeling Blessed? Change the Tune!
5 months ago

Not Feeling Blessed? Change the Tune!

I come to you this morning to say three simple words: You are blessed! “What do you mean,” you might ask. It’s simple, really. You are reading, which means you are alive…
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What Do You Think About the Right to Live?
7 months ago

What Do You Think About the Right to Live?

A few years ago, an acquaintance of mine whom I will refer to as Margo shared with me a disturbing story. She had taken her healthy, independent 90-year-old aunt to the physician’s…
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The Truth About Baby Boomers: You Can Be Who You Want to Be
8 months ago

The Truth About Baby Boomers: You Can Be Who You Want to Be

As we age, we have more choices than ever before. In the United States, particularly, for many years, 65 was the age in which the implicit message was “time to retire.” Although this decision may continue to be the choice for many…
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What If You Did Not Have a Choice to Age Well?
10 months ago

What If You Did Not Have a Choice to Age Well?

A new year is upon us. Yes, that means the hands of time are moving as they have throughout eternity. For those of us who are in the sunset and twilight of our lives, we recognize that sooner than later time ticks toward the midnight hour…
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Are Gray Divorces Becoming Too Trendy?
1 year ago

Are Gray Divorces Becoming Too Trendy?

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There has been much research done on the baby boomer population over the last several years. We do not need to wonder why. Until the Millennials were born, our generation was the largest…
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Why There Is No Better Time Than Now to Be a Sexagenarian
1 year ago

Why There Is No Better Time Than Now to Be a Sexagenarian

Recently, there was an article in The Wall Street Journal discussing the latest methods to ward off stroke damage. The information reminded me that as we get older we are at greater risk for age-related disabilities. Read More

Looking for Collateral Beauty, a Beacon When Hardship Strikes
2 years ago

Looking for Collateral Beauty, a Beacon When Hardship Strikes

Over a year and a half ago, I completed my book, Stop Depriving the World of You. Within that book, I wrote about the importance of looking for collateral beauty. Little did I know it would strike a chord for so many people as it did for me. Read More

Looking Beyond the Physical: Do You Take the Delights of the Universe as Coincidences or Are You Simply Attuned to Them?
2 years ago

Looking Beyond the Physical: Do You Take the Delights of the Universe as Coincidences or Are You Simply Attuned to Them?

Almost two decades ago, I spoke with a medium. My father had taken a one-way flight to heaven about seven years earlier, and I was curious to see if, in fact, there truly could be a way to get information about him. Read More

4 Wonderful Ways to Conquer Loneliness When You’re Part of the 60-Plus Crowd
2 years ago

4 Wonderful Ways to Conquer Loneliness When You’re Part of the 60-Plus Crowd

The Internet is probably the greatest purveyor of communication since the printing press. Thanks to that brilliant invention, the world is now virtually connected with the click of a mouse. Read More