Love Thy Self

Chronic Disease Chronic disease is preventable and often reversible.  It is the failure point of modern medicine which is superb at adding band-aids to the patient population for fixing the list current symptoms, but fails to get to the root of the problem that only persists...

The Conflict of Self Criticism Self-criticism is a much too common conflict. At some point, each of us has had a little voice in the back of our head tell us we screwed up, tell us we’re lazy, tell us lies. Self-criticism and shame can lead to...

The path leading back to YOU! With spring around the corner, now is the perfect time to focus on love (self-love that is!) and connection.  Perhaps the connection to ourselves is the most forgotten in our day to day lives. As moms, dads, employees, students, volunteers...

I spent 7 years working as an oncology nurse practitioner and have witnessed firsthand the devastating effects a cancer diagnosis elicits; for the person facing the diagnosis, as well as loved ones.  Learning about any cancer diagnosis is psychologically distressing and the accompanying treatments such...

Believe To believe is very powerful.  Believing in the unknown, the unseen and the intangible is to have faith; a state of mind and awareness used to harmonize with universal powers.  Having faith will bring you hope. And hope gives you something to look forward to...

Take this Quiz: Start thinking of all the things you love in your life for a few seconds……………………………………… How long before you mentioned yourself????   It’s very common to not think of listing yourself when recalling what you love. We tend to take care of others before ourselves -...

What Are You Focused On? A penny for your thoughts. Are they helpful thoughts or harmful thoughts? You get what you focus on whether you want it or not. You may have heard this statement before. Are you focused on what's important? The things that REALLY matter? We...

  As I am in the sky flying to my destination, I am reminded that I must secure my own oxygen mask before I secure my child’s. This of course is a great metaphor and reminder to apply the same principles to our own life.  In...



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