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How a suitcase can ruin your health

I am not a therapist. However, as a licensed health professional I spend a great deal of time talking to people about their lives and lifestyles. As there are so many people suffering with chronic stress, chronic fatigue, chronic

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The Mindfulness Summit - and it's free!

This is a quick post, but an important one. This is for anyone who wants to get a hold on how they feel (physically, mentally, and emotionally), have a better relationship with themselves and their loved ones, and

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Starting spring right: Doing nothing

What are you up to today? Ticking all of the items on your list? Running 30 errands in an hour? Do you feel pride in being able to do the above tasks, quickly, efficiently, and repetitively? Have you

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The simplest stress tip: A deep breath

All of us know how to breathe, but remembering to breathe deeply, is something we often forget to do. Why this is important? When we are stressed out, we take shallow breaths. Biologically, we are trained

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Embracing an imperfect holiday

The holiday season stirs up a lot of emotion for everyone. Reading an article the other day about the pressures of conformity over this next few weeks, I realized whether you are celebrating Christmas, Kwansaa, Hanukkah, or

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Are you Type A for Anxiety?

Good morning my Type A friends. You know who you are. You are the person others rely upon to get the job done. You show up. You give good support and advice. You’re a good friend. You

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