The Price of Image to Health

Posted by on Apr 12, 2016 in Blog, Expectations, Image, Mind-body |

In our society, which has become more dominated by screens, image is a big deal. It’s not just the realm of celebrities, performers, and athletes these days. Image affects all of us in today’s world. How we portray our lives and selves to others can become such an influential part of daily living that it can affect how we treat our bodies, health, and those close to us. Image can impact both physical and mental health in ways that...

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When Medicine Gets Lazy

Posted by on Feb 9, 2016 in Blog, Fears, Modern Medicine, Preventive Health |

Medicine can get lazy, that’s a fact. While research and technological advances in medicine are happening everyday, the nuts and bolts of a doctor’s appointment don’t always reflect the benefits of this work. Yet, the doctor’s appointment is where healing should start taking place. Too often, patients are given the run around through differing diagnoses, put through batteries of tests, given discouraging messages about...

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Taking Time to Look Around

Posted by on Nov 6, 2015 in Blog, Enjoyment, Everyday Health, Existence |

When you’re always looking straight ahead, it is easy to start missing out on life that you can experience around you. We all have goals, achievements, and responsibilities we’d like to reach, and lists and plans that we make. At the same time, we also have pressures and expectations, ones that can at times become unreasonable and force us forward not with real motivation, but instead with fear. There are times when we may be...

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