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Solving Counter-Productive Fears And Bringing Beneficial Fears Into Focus by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Mar 2009 4:35am “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” — Franklin D Roosevelt during World War II. There are people who have panic attacks who are so very fearful they are unable to leave their home. They may depend on their family members to communicate with the outside world while they stay “safely” at home. Most of us may see the irrationality of s ... Read on »
EFT Success Story - Fear of Heights & So Much More by Kathy A. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebookComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 28 Oct 2008 9:57pm 1 Comment EFT Success Story - Fear of Heights & So Much More I had an interesting experience using EFT on myself while on vacation. My husband and I signed up for an excursion called the "Canopy Adventure" which I think they should rename to the “Tarzan Adventure” since we were going to be swinging from tree to tree about 50 to 70 feet off the ground. ... Read on »
Stress Hormone Might Help Overcome Fear of Heights by HealthFinder Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Cortisol plus traditional exposure therapy reduced fear response in study. By Amanda Gardner HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
More Video: Fear of Heights by Dr. Larry W. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:10pm I've been experimenting with using video to explore psychological issues and problems.  While I used to carry my MP3 recorder everywhere I go,  now I also carry my video camera.  Here's a clip from this week's hike up Mt. Monadnock in Southwestern New Hampshire to talk how to conquer anxiety and create satisfaction from big accomplishments: ... Read on »
Could we face the return of CJD? Experts fear it may lie dormant in thousands by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Nov 2011 4:17pm Could we face the return of CJD? Experts fear it may lie dormant in thousands By Lois Rogers Last updated at 8:09 AM on 1st November 2011 Holly Mills, aged 15 - three years before she developed the full-blown symptoms of CJD Holly Mills was a lively teenager about to start university. But with her whole life ahead of her, she suddenly fo ... Read on »
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK: Ascending the Steep John Muir Trail to Vernal Fall for a Teasing Glimpse into the World Famous Back Coun by Gambolin Man Posted Sat 15 May 2010 4:40pm We didn't exactly make it to Yosemite National Park John Muir-style - that is, walking from Oakland over the course of many moons - "to any place that is wild" – up and over Mt. Diablo and the Pacheco Pass, across a flowery sea of the great Central Plain, and sauntering up the ever wilder foothills, to arrive in pristine glory at the doorstep ... Read on »
The bucket list. by chronicledisease Posted Sat 06 Apr 2013 6:15pm In 2008, when my brother was treated for cancer, I saw the film The Bucket List.  This film is about two guys in their 60s, who are both getting cancer treatments, but whose backgrounds and outlook on life couldn’t be any more different. They get to share a room in hospital, and start compiling a bucket list with things they want t ... Read on »
A most opulent date by Dating Goddess Patient Expert Posted Fri 16 Jan 2009 7:16am Let’s say you’ve been going with someone a while and he is wealthy. I mean money is no object. Think Trump, Gates, Buffet kind of dough. He says, “Darling, I’d like to take you somewhere really special — the most luxurious hotel in the world.” Would you say, “yes”? Boy howdy, I would! I had the privilege of having a private tour ... Read on »
Living “Fearwards” – Part 1 by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Aug 2013 7:00pm By Richard Moss Fear is a sensation that we name according to the situation. If you are standing at the rim of the Grand Canyon, you speak of fear of heights: acrophobia. If you are in a crowded place the word is agoraphobia. There are a thousand names for fear, but only one sensation, which of course can be present in varying intensity. ... Read on »
From Ecologist to Warrior: A 5K Tale of a Muddy Sister by Elizabeth Posted Fri 25 Mar 2011 8:15pm Sissy (left) and JE--official Warriors You are in for a treat tonight on Elizathon. I have told you a little bit about one of my awesome sisters HERE . Now, I invite you to learn a little bit about my other sister, except this time through her own words. My sister, who goes by the incredibly clever pseudonym “Sissy” recently ran the ... Read on »