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
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?
Are the Holidays a Difficult Time for You? Many people have lost loved ones, relationships, or health throughout the year. Often the first holiday season that comes along without the loved one, or without the ability to do the things you usually enjoy, creates a deeper sense of loss than other … [Read more...] about ’tis the season to be lonely
Not every event that can cause a feeling of loss is negative. Of course, the death of a loved one or end of a relationship are among the top life challenges that cause a loss and the subsequent feelings of grief. But think about this, a new marriage can bring with it the loss of independence, and … [Read more...] about “43 Losses”