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Friends Meetings and Personality Disorders

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Lynn Fitz-Hugh is a lifelong Friend, a therapist of 20 years, a mother, and a climate activist. She is a member of Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Wash. She blogs at thefriendlyseeker.blogspot.com.


Posted in: May 2014: Mental Health and Wellness
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Being Vegetarian is a Climate Issue

A Friend鈥檚 bumpy path toward a lifestyle that鈥檚 lighter on the Earth. 馃敀 Friends Journal Member? Sign in here! Not [鈥

Lynn Fitz-Hugh is a climate activist, parent, psychotherapist, and vegetarian. She belongs to Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Wash.


Posted in: Quaker Lifestyles
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Rosary: A Spiritual Journey out of Prison

In 1990, I married a man in prison. I had been a volunteer for many years for the Alternatives to [鈥

Lynn Fitz-Hugh, a member of Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Washington, is a psychotherapist in private practice and coordinator of the Quest Program, a Quaker voluntary service program of University Friends Meeting in Seattle. © 2002 Lynn Fitz-Hugh


Posted in: Features
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Quaker Parenting from a Quaker Mother and Daughter

A Quaker type of parenting seen across two generations. 馃敀 Friends Journal Member? Sign in here! Not an FJ member? [鈥

Lynn Fitz-Hugh is a psychotherapist and a founding member of 350seattle.org. 聽She and her daughter both belong to Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Wash. Sara now goes by Alice Grendon and is in her first year at Hampshire College studying sustainable agriculture and dance. She sojourns at Mount Toby Meeting in Leverett, Mass.


Posted in: April 2015: Mentorship: Teaching Our Values, Features
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Internalized Quakerism

I鈥檓 writing as someone who was raised Quaker, grappling with what I see to be my 鈥渋nternalized Quakerism鈥濃昩oth the good [鈥

Lynn Fitz-Hugh is a member of Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Wash., and lives in Seattle. 聽She is a mother, a therapist, an activist, and a lifelong Friend.


Posted in: December 2013: Outside the Quaker Bubble, Features
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Diversity and Unity in the Religious Society of Friends

One of the trickiest tasks before the Religious Society of Friends today is embracing our diversity without losing our center, [鈥

Lynn Fitz-Hugh, clerk of Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Wash., is a therapist and a mother.


Posted in: Features
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Twenty鈥怬ne Tips on Personal Peacemaking

I think we as Quakers spend a lot of time thinking about and discussing peacemaking, but when it comes to [鈥

Lynn Fitz-Hugh, a member of Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Wash., is a therapist. She is the founder of the Washington State Alternatives to Violence Project. She has broken each of these guidelines at least once!


Posted in: Features
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Vibrant Meetings Grow the Religious Society of Friends

In 2007, Friends World Committee for Consultation reported 35,413 unprogrammed Friends, about one鈥恡enth of 1 percent of the U.S. population. [鈥

Lynn Fitz-Hugh is a member of Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Wash. She is also a therapist and a mother. She is part of Friends General Conference's Traveling Ministry Program.


Posted in: 2008, Features, May 2008
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October Forum

Viewpoint: An Upside to Downsizing By Chuck Hosking When I鈥檓 being honest, I have to admit that minimalism is an [鈥

Letters from Chuck Hosking, Mary Linda, Bruce Dienes, Michael Blackman, Rosemary Coffey, Lynn Fitz-Hugh, Isabel Penraeth, Linda Lotz, Roberta Nobelman, James F. Updegraff, and Sandra Herbert.


Posted in: October 2012: Wall Street, Main Street, and Meetinghouse Road
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The Devine Center and Communal Nurture

鈥淵ou will say, Christ saith this, and the apostles saith this, but what canst thou say? Art thou a child [鈥

Lynn Fitz-Hugh, clerk of Eastside Meeting in Bellevue, Wash., is a therapist. This "was given" to her as a message while visiting Arizona Half-Yearly Meeting of Intermountain Yearly Meeting.


Posted in: Features
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