What Death Can Teach Us About Changing the World
By Karen Wyatt MD
Life has a way of leading us to unexpected places.
As for me, back when I was a hospice physician making house calls to care for the dying patients on our service I never dreamed I would one day write a book about that experience. I didn’t know that my own life would be profoundly changed by listening to the stories of those patients and learning from them the lessons that were being revealed as they drew closer and closer to death. But that is exactly what happened. ...Read More
A Zero Waste Life
By Anita Vandyke
I was inspired to do my first bin audit after seeing a talk by aquanaut Dr. Sylvia Earle, one of the first women to explore the depths of our oceans. I had always considered space the final frontier, but her talk made me wonder why we always look toward Mars when we haven’t fully explored the 70 percent of our planet that is underwater. ...Read More
Sleep Well Despite Uncertainty
By Dr. Wayne Pernell
America is grieving. With the number of COVID-19 deaths still rising, unemployment, and widespread civil unrest and protests in cities across the country, sleep for Americans is seriously lacking.
“You don’t have to have a long-term sleep issue to be sleeping less soundly during this unprecedented time” explains Dr. Wayne Pernell, breakthrough coach, relationship expert, best selling author, and international speaker. “Sleep issues can happen to the best of us amid this much uncertainty. That’s why we need to practice excellent sleep hygiene.” ...Read More
Managing Anxiety in America Today
Top psychiatrist provides ways to overcome fear and worry as people resume normal activities and social interactions
Whether health concerns, financial challenges, social isolation, or changes to your daily routine, you have probably experienced some degree of anxiety or worry during the past few months as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As our communities observe a decrease in new COVID-19 infections, we can safely start to reopen our economies. Some people may experience anxiety related to resuming activities in public and adjusting to the “new normal.” Here are ways to help you manage and overcome fears and worries related to reopening. ...Read More
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JOURNEY TO WHOLENESS
Justice Is Good Mental Health
By Jude LaClaire, Ph.D.
Living in a culture where negative prejudices or discrimination exist can have a deep impact on one’s identity, self-esteem, and self-perception. We know that racism, sexism, homophobia, and other discriminatory beliefs can have a lifelong effect on one’s physical and mental health. Let’s look at how racial discrimination affects mental health. … Read More
By Aluna Michaels
Cancer (June 21 – July 22)
Happy birthday, Cancer! It’s a powerful year for self-expression. Create affirmations and state them boldly! In meditation, visualize and feel what it’ll be like to live your new reality. Surround yourself with people who support and encourage your dreams. If self-doubts arise, investigate root causes. You’ll make progress with childhood trauma and correct self-limiting beliefs. Every time you turn thoughts in a new direction, you get stronger. So don’t think you’re “failing” if negative ideas keep popping up.