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That's Perfect! Unfortunately, I'm Not by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health We all like to succeed, don't we? No one sets out in the morning with hopes of failure. But some of us just want it more than others. In fact, some of us demand it. We wan ... Read on »
Making Small Talk With Men in Dresses by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I pride myself on being open-minded and I think that I do a very admirable job of not just talking the talk, but of walking the walk as well. Even so, I have to admit that ac ... Read on »
Frustration: Friend or Foe? by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health My son is a lot like me - poor kid. He loves to learn new things and share what he learns with others. Good so far. He also enjoys a challenge, but only to a point. He's p ... Read on »
The First Elected Female President? by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health In the United States, we are still awaiting the day when we can celebrate the election of a woman to the presidency, but for the country of Liberia, the wait is over. Ellen J ... Read on »
Mid-Life Women Contracting HIV: The Hidden Epidemic by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health You try to look at the bright side at mid-life, to find the silver lining. Okay, you say, so I occasionally sweat profusely for no apparent reason, I'm moodier than ever and ... Read on »
Syndrome W: What Your Weight and Your Waist May Be Trying to Tell You by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Mid-life comes with so many wonderful surprises: irregular periods, hot-flashes, mood swings and, oh yes let's not forget, that gradually increasing waistline. We write it ... Read on »
Giving the Gift of Cleanliness! by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health There are so many things that can go wrong on any given day. Most are small things - getting caught in traffic, forgetting your anniversary, burning the toast. Annoying? Ye ... Read on »
Mid-Life Women - How We Can Change the World by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Womanandchild As women, one thing that we all seem to share is the desire to make the world a better place. Some of us do so by raising our kids to become caring and compass ... Read on »
Stop Worrying and Start Living by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health So much of our time is spent regretting the past or planning for the future that we often fail to live in the present.  We know better.  We read the wisdom of spiritual ma ... Read on »
From Hot-Flashes to Hope: Hormones and Our Mid-Life Desire for Change by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Waking at 3 a.m. with sweat-soaked pajamas, snapping at our husbands or co-workers, sleeping fitfully, cringing from headache pain, forgetting where we put our keys or whe ... Read on »
Michael Phelps: Crime and Punishment by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health When we put people way up high on a pedestal, the only thing we can know for certain is that they will eventually fall.  Here in America, we tend to have expectations for ... Read on »
What We Most Need to Remember about Loving-Kindness by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Buddhism teaches that the first of the Four Noblest Qualities of Mind (also known as the Brahma Viharas)is loving-kindness.  It is said that making the commitment to love ... Read on »
So many of us look at the world ... by Lori J. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health So many of us look at the world and wonder what' s gone wrong.  How did everything get so messed up?  Why is there so much hate in the world?  What are people thinking?  ... Read on »