Feelings of gratitude have been bubbling up over the past week. I had my moments of pointy uncomfortable feelings. Some that came up because this time of year is so filled with generations-old
This is a random post just for fun because Christmas is coming and there are so many great links I want to share with you. Some that make me smile, others that make me cry in the best possible way and
While it is generally a sign of health and maturity to be able to resist impulses that would be detrimental to ourselves and to others, there are times when we inhibit our urges with too much of an
For those of us living with chronic illness there is something powerful in honoring our impulses for greater ease, connection and other forms of "pleasure." It's not about giving up on things that
10 Under-Utilized Tools for Treating Chronic Illness: Building on lessons from brain plasticity, epigenetics, and trauma
It's a New Year and a time when we often feel ready to try new things. Here are 10 tools for treating chronic illness. As an example, it has been shown that trauma in early life, in our ancestors'
It's the holiday season and I want to play. I want to share pictures, drink eggnog, and feel Christmas Cheer. I want to counteract the stress that often comes with the holiday season - with chronic
Introduction A resource is something that softens my heart. It is an experience that feels gentle. Or kind. Nonjudging. It is a moment that gives me even one iota more capacity to keep going. To feel