Author Archives: Cyntha Gonzalez

About Cyntha Gonzalez

Cyntha Gonzalez is a Human Relations Coach, Spontaneous Art Facilitator, Seminar Leader and Writer. She guides others to develop satisfying, emotionally intelligent intimate relationships. She is currently writing a book on her healing path of marrying and divorcing in the Sharia Muslim law. She lectures and teaches internationally. She is American born and has lived in the US, Latin America, Europe and now in the Middle East for the last 21 years. Cyntha has been also a guest blogger for www.oncloudzen.com. For more info, go to www.cynthagonzalez.com.

Befriending the Angel of Death in Relationship

Every relationship will end by death or separation. Will we befriend the Angel of Death along the way or resort to codependency? Continue reading

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Reset With Fasting

Fasting is one of the best reset buttons I know of to regain optimal health. As the Muslim world is in the last days of Ramadan, here’s an invitation to Muslims to take Ramadan to its true essence (you have already come this far) and non-Muslims to try some form of fasting to give the body a revitalizing kick of life force energy. Continue reading

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Reset With Fasting

Fasting is one of the best reset buttons I know of to regain optimal health. As the Muslim world is in the last days of Ramadan, here’s an invitation to Muslims to take Ramadan to its true essence … Source: … Continue reading

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Her Son’s Likely Encounter with the Sex Trade

Yesterday I received a phone call from a friend, distraught. Her Mother’s Day, which had begun with joy, came to a disturbing close. She had discovered that her ex-husband had secretly taken their 22-year old son on a long weekend to Bangkok, Thailand for his university graduation gift. … Continue reading

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Forgiving ISIS’s Rape Ideology

I breathe in a measured, deliberate manner as I begin to read last month’s NYTimes article, “ISIS Enshrines a Theology of Rape.” I initially brace myself.  I then open to and accept the spasms of horror ricocheting through my uterus, heart … Continue reading

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‘Beautiful Resistance’ in the West Bank

As a child,  JFK’s famous quote played on me: “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” It was also a time when the older siblings of my friends were off to … Continue reading

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Holidays of Light

Over these last days, I marveled at the Merry Christmas wishes that came my way from those who don’t celebrate it. The Hindu cashier at my local grocery store, shyly but so earnestly wished me Merry Christmas. The Omani and … Continue reading

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