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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 [...]
The Deeper Impact of Trauma

Podcast: The Deeper Impact of Trauma

Listen Here: Cinthia McFeature PhD is the co-author of the upcoming book Integrated Health – HeartPath Practitioner Assessment and Intervention for the Trauma-Exposed Patient – was written to expose the deeper impact of trauma from [...]
Closer to Paradise

Podcast: Closer to Paradise

Listen Here: Amy White is a best-selling author, Caregiver Champion and Intuitive Life Coach who left her career to pursue her passion championing Caregivers after her personal experience supporting her teenage son through a terrifying mental [...]
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 [...]

Change Others Unsuccessfuly to Stay in Your Box..Or Burst Free into Evolutionary Warmth!

Why do we try to change others’ realities for our own comfort? If they become what we wish will we really be happy? What if everything that happens is pointing us toward our fullness? What if rejection, unexpected reactions, or changes [...]
Podcast: Reframe Your Life

Podcast: Reframe Your Life

Listen Here: Dr. Jada Jackson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and President of Total Life Counseling Center – Dallas; and author of Reframe Your Life – A Lifestyle Guide for Complete Success. Dr. Jada is also a therapist for the National [...]

Wildflowers in the Mist: Mountain Climbing

“A person should set his goals as early as he can and devote all his energy and talent to getting there. With enough effort, he may achieve it. Or he may find something that is even more rewarding. But in the end, no matter that the outcome, [...]

Elder Abuse: The Quiet Victims Of Bullying!

Last night I did a talk on bullying for an audience of people at a local library and started out asserting the same motto that I use for discussing addictions as being applicable to bullying. Bullying does not discriminate, rather people do! [...]

High Altitude Adventure: Hut-to-Hut

“Have you known the Great White Silence? Not a snow-gemmed twig aquiver? Eternal truths that shame our soothing lives? Have you broken trail on snowshoes? Mushed your huskies up the river? Dared the unknown, led the way, and clutched the [...]

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 [...]

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 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 [...]

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 [...]

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: Ancient Secrets of Manifesting Revealed

Listen Here: Ken Elliot is the author of the award winning book, Manifesting 123, and you don’t need #3. Learn simple steps to eliminate worry and manifest the desires of your life with Manifesting 123! Ancient Secrets of Manifesting [...]

Know Your Team

You need at least one expert team to help you achieve your goals, and you may need many to reach success. Think about all the teams you have in place now. Your work, doctor’s office, grocery store, coffee shop all function as teams that serve [...]

Four Personal Keys to Kick Off Your Year

It’s easy to kick off your year focusing on the big stuff you want to accomplish. You’ll find plenty of encouragement to make vast goals so you can attain great things, but as a coach I know that making big goals alone usually ends up [...]

What Sports Taught Me about My Business Plan and Yearly Goals

You’ve probably read plenty of headlines hawking that you need to plan your year wisely with success in mind. You’re told to make new resolutions that fix challenges, and you’ve heard the pumped up messages intended to inspire change [...]

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 [...]

Why Exceptions are Important Especialy on the Night Before Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house . . . Mice or not, I just needed a room at the inn. I scheduled a well-known hospitality venue for a stay over the holidays. Rather than the traditional hotel, I opted for this billion [...]

Fifty Shades of Civility

With 50 Shades of Grey making the rounds on cable this month, we have an opportunity to peek into the psyche of a psychological bully. At the root of this highly stylized version of the Pacific Northwest, is an impressionable young woman, Anastasia [...]

Podcast: Changing Your Life Despite Your Circumstances

Listen Here: Zelda Hayes is also known as LadyZee, author of Jezebels Last Dance: It’s Every Woman’s Story, which sets the stage of how trauma from childhood to adulthood play a huge part in the choices we make in love and life itself. Changing [...]

Podcast: Your Mental Health is More Important Than Your Grades

Listen Here: Dr. Kristen Lee Costa, is an award-winning Behavioral Sciences Professor and known as America’s Stress and Burnout Doc and author of Reset: Make the Most of Your Stress. According to the American Psychological Association, [...]

The Voluptuousness Of Living

“Everything is downhill from here, ‘cept what’s up…it’s all in your attitude.” Katie Lee, 95, Jerome, Arizona, singer, environmental activist. Long ago, before modern communications, before electric lights, before mobility—people [...]

Living In The Conversation of Your Life

Six days a week, I wake up early, pull on my jeans and head to the recreation center where I commit my body to a two hour workout. I swim a half-mile, lift weights, run, bicycle and meditate along with stretching in the hot tub. Why? I engage [...]

Can We Keep Calm In Every Situation Nowadays?

The internet meme of the British World War II slogan, “Keep Calm and Carry On” has morphed into any number of amusing applications. The latest I saw was “Keep Calm and Have a Tarot Reading”!  Is it really possible to keep calm in any [...]

Domestic Violence and Baby Boomers

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Which means that the media will be featuring many stories to bring awareness of and support for this devastating and insidious problem. You may read about the estranged husband murdering [...]

You Are Valuable During Each Life Session

You are a blank slate as of this breath, neutral. Whether you were very kind to many or you forgot to be, or became scared to be, you are loved. You are valuable. Whether you succeeded at your most yearned for endeavors, or fell short, or were [...]