When we experience any type of loss, whether a death, diagnosis, or broken relationship, there is a loss of something important that is created by the change in routine or lifestyle. If you've had an injury, whether athlete, weekend warrior, or parent chasing after little ones, there is often a … [Read more...] about we must grieve
Hippocrates (the Father of Medicine) noticed that fishermen would soak their injured hands in seawater to cleanse and heal them. As a result, they had less infections or complications, regardless of the wound or injury. Today, these healing baths are most commonly known as Pink Himalayan Salt, … [Read more...] about clay + salt + essential oils = detox bath
The following article written by David Krueger, MD, CEO of MentorPath®, sets the stage for the coaching relationship, helping clients to make changes that stick, and creating your New Wellness Story®. How We [Co]Facilitate Change: 12 Principles 1. Each person’s life story is created. You create … [Read more...] about 12 principles for lasting change
You know that feeling that you're walking around in a fog, when the world seems distant and you're just not part of it? Or when you are trying to remember exactly why you walked into a room while you just stand there looking around? That feeling is often called "brain fog" and sometimes it is so … [Read more...] about can grief cause brain fog?
This common saying may be true for scraped knees and paper cuts, but not for broken hearts. Yes, it does take time to recover from emotional pain, but time alone is not enough. The following article is a great example of why time just isn't enough. The FLAW in T.H.A.W. Most dangerous of the … [Read more...] about does time really heal all wounds?
Many years ago Elizabeth Kubler-Ross wrote a book entitled On Death and Dying. The book identified five stages that a dying person goes through when they are told that they have a terminal illness. Those stages are: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. For many years, in the … [Read more...] about stages of grief?