The Social Dilemma

Three Steps Toward Reclaiming Our Life From the Algorithm If you haven’t yet, watch The Social Dilemma. It is chilling. The internal disruption it causes by poking questions at what

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The Government’s Gift of Quarantine

We’ve long known that our society is sick. Brain fog. Overwhelm. Depression. Anxiety. Toxic stress. Busyness. Lack of sunlight. Low immunity. Addiction. Discontent. The root of all these problems is

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‘Burnout’ Book Review

Burnout sought to explain woman-specific stress: where it comes from and how to deal with it. The authors’ goal was to “show you the science that proves you’re normal and

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A Diagnosis is Not Your Identity

Your pain, your anxiety, your depression, your whatever, are not actually you. They are not yours to keep. The pain you feel right now is actually an invitation into a more beautiful way to be human.

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Psychology Is Connected to Spirituality

There has been an increasing re-discovery over the last decade in Western science of how intricately connected our self is connected. We are three parts: mind, body and spirit. They

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The Transformative Practice of Gratitude

Whatever type of thoughts you allow yourself to think day in and day out, that is who you become. You continually think thoughts of gratitude? You will begin to sink into a contented appreciation your life.

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Writing For Mental Health

Writing is an externalization of thought. Writing is proven to help process what it is your head and bring wholeness and health to your brain. If you are writing to process, to heal, to promote an integrated brain, there is no wrong way to do it. But there are ways that are more productive than others.

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The Respiration of a Parent’s Mental Health

Being a parent doesn’t mean that you have to forget yourself. Forgetting yourself is the only sure way you will lose yourself.

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