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6 Ways You Sabotage Yourself When You’re Feeling Fat (And How to Stop!) by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Oct 2011 3:38pm Raw Food Recipes Raw Food Health Green Smoothies Tera Tidbits Success Stories Raw Food for Women Raw Food for Kids Raw Food for Men Natural Body Care Uncategorized 10 Reasons Why You Should Get a Blendtec Blender Are You Getting Enough Calcium on the ... Read on »
From Orchid Child to Drama Queen to Highly Sensitive Person: A lifetime of walking around feeling like my skin is inside out by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Oct 2013 12:36am  Um… what is a yob? No seriously, I have no idea. Photo Credit “Nooooo!” Jelly Bean shrieked, ripping her sock off for the twentieth time that morning. As I watched her carefully select another sock and pull it on – only to be frustrated yet again when the seam in the toe didn’t line up exactly how she likes it to – it bro ... Read on »
Seven Things I Refuse to Feel Guilty About As a Parent by Rational Jenn Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 04 Mar 2011 11:34am A Facebook friend posted a note with a list of things about which she refuses to feel parental guilt (see--I got the grammar right in the sentence even though it ain't right in the title of the post!). Evidently this week is Guilt-Free Parenting Week , who knew? So I thought about it and came up with a list myself. And came up with seven thing ... Read on »
The Emotional Life of Your Brain: One Brain Does Not Fit All by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 02 Mar 2012 9:47am If you believe most self-help books, pop-psychology articles, and television therapists, then you probably assume that how people respond to significant life events is pretty predictable.  Most of us, according to the “experts,” are affected in just about the same way by a given experience—there is a grieving process that everyone goes throug ... Read on »
Emotional roller coaster of chelation by Janis Bell Facebook Posted Tue 24 Nov 2009 10:04pm I used to love roller coasters.  The slow chug up the hill, packed with anticipation, the teetering pause at the top, the rapid plunge down.  I loved them until my daughter was 3 years old, when we rode a little roller coaster that had been set up in the parking lot in front of the local supermarket.  I'd gotten in the habit of riding with a seat ... Read on »
"I'm a Person Who Has Always Relished Time Alone...the Years of Parenting Toddlers and Pre-schoolers Was Difficult for Me." by Gretchen R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 24 Mar 2011 10:36am Interview: Katy Wolk-Stanley. I spend a great deal of timing mulling over the relationship between happiness and money, which I think is one of the most complicated and emotionally charged topics within the larger subject of happiness. One blog that I enjoy reading is Katy Wolk-Stanley's The Non-Consumer Advocate -- "use it up, wear ... Read on »
Bridge over troubled waters – 6th day CI activation by ci4me2007 Patient Expert Posted Sat 03 Mar 2012 6:33am Getting stereo again is just great, I kid you not. I have been walking on clouds this week, despite some troubles.  (read more below picture)     Sound is, even though my newfound ear is very weak and undeveloped, much, much more gratifying to absorb. It is as if the sound world just came alive. From being flat, dull, monophoni ... Read on »
Simple Bonding Moments With Toddlers by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Jul 2010 7:31pm by Riko Kawasaki How many times have you said that your life revolves around your kids and yet, when they come and ask for attention, you put them off? In this busy world where most of the time, both parents work hard to make ends meet, children are often left alone with nannies or grandparents that, naturally, kids would always try to seek ... Read on »
What toddlers at Disney can teach about improving patient experience by Tony - Hospital Impact Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 01 Jul 2013 4:03pm by Doug Della Pietra How might the answer to "What most captures the attention of toddlers and infants at Disney World" guide caregivers in improving the patient experience? Kare Anderson, in her fascinating HBR blog post , described what she and a cultural anthropologist discovered as they observed toddlers and infants at Disney: ... Read on »
Why we are always so tired by Dr. Judith Wurtman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Fri 19 Sep 2008 3:59pm It is a rare person who has not complained about being tired. And interestingly, most of time, tiredness comes not from physical exertion but from mental and emotional activity. Sure, you feel tired after a long walk, a vigorous workout at the gym, several hours of yard work, running after toddlers in a playground or cleaning the garage. But this ... Read on »