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Gentle Reminders & Not So Gentle Reminders by Erin Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:18pm I know I've been in a bit of a funk lately. I know because I've stopped doing things that I love to do. Every time depression starts to settle in, I stop doing my favorite things. For instance, this past summer. I was exhausted beyond belief. I went to work, went home, and that's about it. It was so difficult to do anything more. I had no id ... Read on »
A Gentle (or Not So Gentle) Reminder by maeflye Posted Fri 29 Jul 2011 4:22pm Yesterday morning Mike called. I'm not going to give you lots of details about the conversation, but let's just say he was angry and whenever he is angry he goes to the door alarm and the bucket story. Many years ago we had two boys who were -- for different reasons -- not safe to leave their rooms. We read on adoption boards and in books ab ... Read on »
Food Journals, Mugs, Mouse Pads, Refrigerator Magnets & Tote Bags to Gently Remind You to be Sweet to Yourself by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 17 Mar 2010 12:00am Did you know that you can visit my Sugar Shock store , you can purchase some Hot, Hip, Humorous SUGAR SHOCK!-themed products , which can gently serve as a reminder for you to eat healthy foods, steer clear of sugary junk and take good care of yourself? For instance, you can get a  nice-sized mug such as this one to your left. Y ... Read on »
a gentle reminder by Dr. Johanna Marie McShane Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 11 Jan 2010 6:43am Here's a little reminder for all of us (everyone, not just people who suffer from eating disorders): Use words literally. I could go on for hours with examples of how we use words loaded with hidden or ulterior meaning. Since this is a brief and gentle reminder for us, I'll stick to one example. At a family gathering over the holiday ... Read on »
a gentle reminder by Dr. Johanna Marie McShane Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 11 Jan 2010 6:43am Here's a little reminder for all of us (everyone, not just people who suffer from eating disorders): Use words literally. I could go on for hours with examples of how we use words loaded with hidden or ulterior meaning. Since this is a brief and gentle reminder for us, I'll stick to one example. At a family gathering over the holiday ... Read on »
My New Book is Here: "A Gentle Start" :) by Angela S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Mar 2012 12:00am Hellooooooooo everyone, I’m *SO* excited :))))) As you may have noticed, I’ve been more-or-less “missing in action” the last few months in terms of blogs and newsletters, following the birth of our beautiful baby daughter, Oria Berry Monarch on 11-20-2011. Well, alongside nurturing this little bundle of joy these last few mo ... Read on »
Printed Version of "A Gentle Start" Available Now :) by Angela S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Apr 2012 12:00am You asked, we printed ;) When we released my new ebook, “ A Gentle Start ” a few weeks ago, y’all flooded us with requests for a *physical* version of the book…sooooooo, our dear warehouse manager Zack got on the case and I’m happy to let you know that we now have a stash of printed copies of this book in stock for y’all to enjoy :) ... Read on »
Needs 2, Words And Being Gentle With Ourselves by Gillette .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Mar 2009 4:32pm I did not intend for these posts on Trust to be simply about "theory." I am recording and sharing my Practice. This is how I work coming back to balance when I get fucked up from things "happening" in my world. Because of my belief that it's only from happiness that any things "balanced" can flow, this stuff is important to me. I keep revisit ... Read on »
Gentle and Natural Hair Care: Herbatint Hair Dye by homemadebeauty Posted Tue 09 Mar 2010 1:08pm If you are sick of coloring your hair with harsh chemicals that cause it to become brittle and damaged, the perfect product choice is Herbatint Hair Dye to make a natural difference in the quality and texture of your locks! These hair dyes don’t contain alcohol, ammonia, fragrances, or even parabens. Parabens are harmful preservative ingredien ... Read on »
Sensitive skin needs gentle care by BreastFeedingMums .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 12:00am Fragrances, enzymes and optical brighteners in many common household laundry products can irritate sensitive skin. Itchiness, redness and eczema can be triggered when residues of laundry detergents are transferred from clothing onto the skin. Suffers can struggle to find an alternative laundry product that doesn’t contain ing ... Read on »