Posts Tagged ‘fear’

Fearless Health...
Fearless Health

Reprinted with permission from Experience Life Magazine Written by Jill Metzler Patton Worrying excessively about our well-being can do us more harm than go

Was Angelina Jolie “Medically Hexed?”...
Was Angelina Jolie “Medically Hexed?”

In this New York Times article, A-list actress Angelina Jolie bravely announced that she made the tough decision to undergo elective bilateral mastectomy a

Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability...
Brené Brown: The Power of Vulnerability

Brené Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight fro

Does Your Truth Hurt?...
Does Your Truth Hurt?

How hard is it for you to say your truth? What happens when you see something you are in complete disagreement with? Do you squirm yourself to silence, insi

Empowered Health:
How to Deal With a Health Crisis...
Empowered Health:<br/>How to Deal With a Health Crisis

There’s something so annoying about getting sick. Whether it’s the common cold, flu-like symptoms or being hit with the cancer stick – it really is mo

Making Peace With The Past...
Making Peace With The Past

Many kids say, “My mom is crazy!” Usually it’s a joke—and about something pretty mild in the grand scheme of things—like her freaking out about a

Sweet and Empty...
Sweet and Empty

How about we reflect on our relationship to fear? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to reform our vision and understanding of it, by contemplating this very moment

Mind and Health...
Mind and Health

There is a factor in your health which is often left out of the healthcare picture: your mind.  Once you realize that your thoughts cause biochemical shift

Book Review of
“Spirit Junkie” by Gabrielle Bernstein
Book Review of <br/>“Spirit Junkie” by Gabrielle Bernstein

A few months ago I had a chance to hear Gabrielle Bernstein and Kris Carr give a lecture on “Crazy Sexy Miracles” and I was completely blown away by bot

I’m Scared. What Do I Do?...
I’m Scared. What Do I Do?

I’m regularly scared these days, and I have clients who are scared, too. We all have good reasons: before a really important presentation, after a fight,