Tag Archives: Self care

Guided Meditation by Christopher Germer

Hi All, Seems like I’ve been talking a lot about self-compassion this week – with clients, in meditation group, and working on it for myself, as well. I am amazed at the changes that have occurred with a simple shift … Continue reading

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The Quest for Perfect Health (Control)

Having spent a great deal of my life trying to cope with everything from allergies, to headaches, stomachaches, gluten intolerance, and now Hashimoto’s, I’ve read and searched a great deal about health – pretty much ever since there’s been an … Continue reading

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How “Common Sense” Advice Causes Health Problems

I wanted to share this info because I have recently discovered that I have a blooming thyroid issue, and I have recently induced some positive changes by following simple advice from Matt Stone – “ditch the drinking”. This is based … Continue reading

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Good Reasons to Take Relaxation Seriously

I recently ran across this excellent description of what happens with your autonomic nervous system and how it affects your body and brain under chronic stress from the Wisebrain website. The website is a nonprofit effort of Rick Hanson and … Continue reading

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Sleep Matters, But Your Bedtime Probably Matters More

I was reminded recently (and for the 78th time) that getting to bed by 11 changes how I feel in the morning, regardless of how many hours of sleep I get. It’s been a bit of a challenge to get … Continue reading

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Sometimes the Best Thing To Do Is Nothing

Whenever a topic seems to come up several times on my radar from different places in a short time, I try to take notice. I figure maybe there’s a message coming at me from somewhere. This time the message seems to … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with right now?

I have become acutely aware lately of how many moments I spend wanting to be somewhere else or at some time in the future. When I am in the mood to, and I remember to be present, it’s pretty easy … Continue reading

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