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Bullying And Brain Damage

Did you know that being stressed out could cause brain damage? These are the findings from Dr. Klaus Miczek, a Tufts University psychologist. He found a way to replicate bullying for rodents. By placing a larger and aggressive rat in a cage [...]

Am I Flirting or Just Being Friendly?

A little while ago while I was in my self-imposed no-dating hiatus, I was chatting with a guy named Brent whom I’ve known casually for several years. I’ve always liked him as a person, but never, not once, looked at or thought about [...]
Solve Emotional Eating FAST

Podcast: Solve Emotional Eating FAST

Listen Here: Dr. Bradley Nelson is a bestselling author of The Emotion Code and one of the world’s foremost experts in bio-energetic medicine and energy psychology. He estimates more than 90 percent of people suffer health effects [...]
Dear Mom and Dad: I Have Anxiety

Podcast: Dear Mom and Dad: I Have Anxiety

Listen Here: Corine Toren is the author of Dear Mom & Dad, I Have Anxiety, which is completely written from the child’s point of view. The book talks about Corine’s struggles with anxiety as a child, but also leaves suggestions for [...]
How To Make Room For Your New Life

Podcast: How To Make Room For Your New Life

Listen Here: Rachel S. Heslin is the foun​der of The Fullness of Your Power, LLC, and the author of Rituals of Release: How to Make Room for Your New Life. So many of us struggle when trying to make significant changes in our lives. What [...]
The Journey To Healing From Upscale Abuse

Podcast: The Journey To Healing From Upscale Abuse

Listen Here: Karen Lee is a retired clinical psychologist and international management consultant.  She is on the Board of the Peer Support Services for Abused Women in Calgary, Alberta, and leads groups for women who have left, or are in [...]

Podcast: How Does Childhood Shape The Ability To Love?

Listen Here: Today’s JenningsWire podcast guest is writer, Carrie Herzner, who when burdened by the suggestion that her genetics and upbringing were to blame for the failure of her marriage, chronicled her journey of discovery as she reconnected [...]

Podcast: Healing Through Words

Listen Here: Today’s guest is Colinda Aldridge, an up and coming author who shares her passion and most intimate feelings into a 4 book series entitled Emotions. For Colinda, coping with tragedy, conquering fears and reflecting on life [...]

Podcast: Overcoming Adversity

Listen Here: Denice Hartmann-Manfredi is author of the upcoming book It’s A Noisy, Noisy World: A Journey Through Adversity and Deafness, where she shares a remarkable journey of hope and inspiration with living life despite being hearing [...]

Packing My Love to Go with Me

2016. My time finding my main home in Santa Cruz is up. The living room has flooded.  The over grown traffic has driven through my partnership with  ocean-air! Winds usher me to another town. I will continue to offer sessions to clients [...]

An Enormous Mountain of Emotional Bliss

Backcountry mountaineering takes guts, gumption and strength. Not for the meek. Not for the lazy. Not for the mild. It taxes and tantalizes at the same time. The wilderness summons the deep, primordial spirit of mountain men and women. It spills [...]

8 Serious Relationship Mistakes Made by Single Women Over Forty

Too often single women dating in midlife sabotage themselves and their relationships with behavior that is immature, unproductive or actually destructive. Here are eight mistakes to avoid when dating, starting a relationship or moving ahead [...]

Can You Make a Convertible into a Hard Top? Can You Make a Hard Top into a Convertible?

I used to try to make a car into something that it wasn’t meant to be. Before you laugh, did you ever try to make a lap dog into a watch dog or a one page report into a 20 page report? When I bought my first car I would take each car I was [...]

GETTING OUT OF A FUNK

I’m sure you know several tried and true methods to change a negative mood. These might include things as simple as taking a nap, taking a drive, having a cup of tea, putting a smile on your face, or any other number of diversions.  Now that [...]

What Do You Do With Despair?

On your life journey, different events take hold of you whether you like it or not. One day you can be riding high; and the next, you feel lower than a well-digger’s rear end at the bottom of a mineshaft. Life doesn’t care about your looks, [...]

Stress Relief for Women

Do you feel like you’re on a tightrope at times and don’t know where your relief is? You can really get more life satisfaction and still be a loving and attentive partner, mother and career woman when you know how to de-stress.Stress [...]

Podcast: How You Can Lead Your Extraordinary Life

Listen Here: Bob Vanourek is the former CEO of five companies, an award-winning author, and an international thought leader. His new book, Leadership Wisdom: Lessons from Poetry, Prose, and Curious Verse is intended to help you lead an extraordinary [...]

A Blind Man’s Quest To Backpack The World

From the inception of the human race on planet Earth, intrepid men and women followed their ‘adventure inclinations’ to explore the continents, oceans and outer space. Some raft, some swim, some climb and some fly. And some sling a heavy [...]

Three Essential Guidelines for Better Communication With Your Partner

Before that loving Valentine’s Day momentum fades away, think of this season as a great time to focus on effective communication with your partner. So regardless of what else is going on between the two of you, by keeping these essentials [...]

Podcast: How Humor Can Help Cancer Patients

Listen Here: Dr. Rajiv Samant is a radiation oncologist and author of Smiles From The Clinic: A Humorous Look At Cancer  – a cartoon book designed for cancer patients, health care professionals and anyone who has been touched by cancer, [...]

Your Spirit of Adventure: It Carries You to the Ends of the Earth

The difference between an average life and a fantastic life of adventure as defined by you, hinges on three things… Your thoughts that become realities by your hand; actions that move you toward your destiny; and, a deep persistence knowing [...]

Podcast: How To Overcome The Perfectionist In You

Listen Here: Bob McIntosh is a #1 Amazon bestselling author of the book Get Out of Your Own Way, Break the Perfectionist Mindset and Unleash the Floodgates of Prosperity.  He is an entrepreneur with several successful ventures from real estate [...]

Are You a Star Quarterback on a Winning Team?

The position of your team members is a part of your plan that you need to carefully define. Team roles are important to fulfill accurately so you have all the coverage you need for the abilities you desire. Each step of your action plan will [...]

Making Choices the Easy Way or the Hard Way

I grew up in suburbs of New York City. Snow was normal in wintertime – lots of big snowfalls. You know, the kind where you go sledding on the nearby golf course because of the great hills there, nice smooth hills. We even had snow days added [...]

Is There Anything Verifiable We Can Really Count On? Polls, Pundits and Polarizing Opinions

Recently a client called upset with his CEO. He read the handwriting on the wall. Or so he thought. He just wasn’t sure what the handwriting was saying. Should the client stay? Should the client leave? Should he look at the myriad of other [...]

Confessions of a Shy Girl

Let’s set the bar straight. Everyone loves each other. Everyone watches one another. We all like each other. We are intrigued by one another. Forget what you think or what so and so said. This love and like is inherent. Cats and dogs show [...]

Losing Your Friends: Vacancies of the Heart

Along life’s highway, you will befriend countless people from school, work, sports and church. Each person offers you different degrees of friendship. Some casual, some close and a few become best friends. Gym-rat friends encourage you. Work [...]

How to Draft a Winning Team

To make your team a winner you’ll need to isolate and assemble the attributes that lead to success. Who are the people that work hard to help you succeed? Where and how do you engage your team members? Do you meet in coffee shops, online, [...]

Podcast: Dealing with the Loss of a Pet

Listen Here: Veterinarian Dr. Liz Fernandez is the author of the new book Sacred Gifts of a Short Life: Uncovering Wisdom of our Pets End of Life Journeys, and she offers us the silver lining that can be uncovered as we embrace the broken [...]

Life Is Too Short: Get Off Your Cell Phone

During my youth, my dad took me fishing. My mom took me on bicycle rides. My dad shouldered me with a small daypack for hikes in the woods. He pointed out chattering squirrels. He helped me see my first deer. He pointed out a fox on a ridge. [...]

When You Retire: Reinventing Yourself at Midlife

With a surprising number of boomers heading towards retirement, most are not ready to spend their days hitting the golf balls or playing bridge. Instead they are looking to the future with enthusiasm and gusto. Why? Because they know that now [...]

Along Our Life Path: Death Hides In The Bushes

At the age of 17 while driving home from baseball practice, my father’s best friend pulled me over in my Chevy clunker. He walked up to my window with a sad look on his face. “Frosty,” he said. “I’ve got some bad news for you…your [...]

Turn Off The Engine of Your Mind

I bet you never had that thought. I bet you never thought that you had control over your thoughts – the amount of them, the rapidity of them, or the quality of them. Most people feel that they are their thoughts; they derive their very identity [...]

Loneliness Is Merely an Attitude You Can Abolish Today!

Nobody — whether single, in a long-term committed relationship or anything in between — is completely immune from that often-painful feeling of loneliness. That is, however, until you can see it for what it is: an attitude that’s [...]

Wishing Everyone a Civil 2016

The New Year always brings the opportunity to reflect on the past and potential improvement for the following year. New Year’s resolutions typically include losing weight, quitting smoking, joining a gym, or even saving money. One thing to [...]