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Balancing Living With MS + My Emotions

Balancing living with MS is often swept under the rug by others that are completely uneducated about the illness in a “get over it already” fashion. 964 more words

My Head My World...

Emotional Anatomy

Stanley Keleman, the father of Formative Psychology®  states that it is our anatomical shape(s) that give rise to thoughts, emotions and experiences. Without a body, there are no emotions. 197 more words


NIKKI WALSH: “7 Ways Meditation Helps You Become A Better Person”

The Alternative Daily’s CEO, Jake Carney, feels his meditation practice, Kelee® meditation, has helped him improve his life. Wouldn’t you love to become a better person too, just by meditating? 629 more words


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The Realities of Self Harm

(I meant to post more for mental health awareness month, I swear, but depression has drained me.  Go figure.)

Close your eyes and imagine…

It’s getting dark.   549 more words

Health And Wellness

Psychodynamic Therapy - A Guide to Evidence-Based Practice

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by Richard F. Summer and Jacques P. Barber,

2010 The Guildford Press 

p. 14  “The evidence-based approach to psychotherapy research has, under the influence of the NIMH and pharmaceutical companies, focused on patients with a clear-cut primary phenomenological diagnosis such as phobias, panic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), or depression.   138 more words


A Woman's Sexuality

A woman should be aware of her womanhood
by the means of her sexuality —
she should feel power and strength in what she is, because of who she is. 244 more words

Gender Equality

And our backs get straighter with practice

Mimicry is the progenitor of bias.

The really important stuff we have to imagine on our own.

And of course that takes practice and practice and more practice. 12 more words