For today's guest article, I thank Cameron Stout, who writes Light At Sea - Self Care in the time of corona and beyond FEAR DREADS RESILIENCE Posted on June 15, 2020 So, first of...
My life has been full of terrible misfortunes most of which never happened. This is from the 16th century French essayist Michel de Montaigne.
An inspiring prayer from Walter Rauschenbusch
A simple meditation practice.
Inspiring quote from Nazi Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl
Spiritual wisdom from an old Jewish tale
A sense of enjoyment of life makes a large difference in longevity.
Those with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia often lose their taste for absurdist or satirical humor.
A favorite quote of Buckminster Fuller
Our brain activity slows down as we age. But do we gain wisdom to compensate?
Click this link for an inspiring video: We Came to Dance
The importance of self-acceptance.
The opposite of faith.
Growing up as the child of an alcoholic, a patient of mine found herself in a similar situation to those whose religious practices were devised to placate the gods and godesses.
The brain evolved to better serve the needs of the body. Not the other way around.
The Suppers Programs offer non-judgmental support for making diet changes
An interview with a former NFL defensive lineman about the perils of growing up with “masculine” expectations.
Alex Eingorn, DC, offers his thoughts on happiness