[color-box color=yellow] ARE YOU EXPERIENCING… ? * Inability to concentrate * Crankiness and short temper * Frequent illness such as colds * Eating more… or less * Constant worrying * Feeling overwhelmed * Chest pain, rapid heartbeat * Sleeping too much or too little * Depression or general unhappiness * Nail biting or pacing or […]
In this second part of the series of articles about how to reduce stress includes information on engaging the mind. Often the mind is considered as separate from the body. When I hear “the mind-body connection” in conversation or literature the image I conjure is fairly comic… In the previous article I introduced a […]
Do you have an auto-immune disorder or premenstrual disorder? Heart disease? Diabetes? You may not know it, but you could be on a stress diet. A daily diet of chronic stress that can exacerbate these, and other health problems. This is the first in a series of articles that will explain and address how chronic […]
“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.” -JRR Tolkien Feeling happier is what so many of us desire. Some of this happiness can be attained through food, but we need to know what food really makes us happier! New research […]
This short illustrated video with an interview with Maurice Sendak and Terri Gross from fresh air is heartfelt and tender. On this Monday, the beginning of the week, it seems fitting to remember these words from Maurice Sendak: “Live your life. Live your life. Live your life.” And remember, we are waiting for you to […]
Keys to Transformation, Part I: Dynamic Unity from John Woodall, MD on Vimeo. I’ve often attempted to bring together the connections of personal health & wellbeing and that of the earth. This video explains these inter-relationships in a way that I have not been able to, through, of all things, resilience! Thank you Dr. […]
Will Smith is inspirational, not just for what he has accomplished, but for who he is. I find what Will says to be like that which Anthony Robbins has followed and teaches others to do. I’d love to have some examples of successful women who follow this same thought process – “in word and […]
Having fun, whether playing games or not, is essential for emotional wellbeing. Jane McGonigal gives good reasons for looking at gaming in another way… to make life better. How? Listen to Jane’s story and how it helped her during recovery from a brain injury, and become more resilient from the traumatic experience.
For the skeptics a film coming to theaters made by a once skeptical photographer creates a documentary film that captures what has never been seen before. Watch.