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Preparation and Fatigue

Have you ever been in a long meeting where you had to make a lot of decisions and at the end felt exhausted? There’s a reason for that – making decisions is tiring! 258 more words


Natural Approaches to Menopause Avoiding Synthetic Hormone Replacement

Dr. Richard Firshein is a respected New York integrative medicine practitioner who maintains a thriving holistic practice that combines Eastern and Western approaches to medicine. Having authored Reversing Asthma (Time Warner, 1996), Dr. 173 more words

Richard Firshein

Blogging When Life Is Hectic: Where's the Balance?

Sooooo…it’s been a couple of weeks since my last post–quite a lot has happened since then. I originally intended to only be away for a weekend because I knew that work would be crazy for those days but things seemed to take another direction. 344 more words



“So how are you guys? You seem well. What’s new for you?”
Moustache looms over me with a torch, face wrapped in a bandana. I sit shivering in a bright pool of dazzling light. 358 more words


8 hours workday myth

Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards. – Aldous Huxley

From the industrial era, the 8-hours a day work has been a norm.

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Personal story of fibromyalgia

Every fibromyalgia sufferer will have a different experience so in coming to terms with my new diagnosis I thought I’d share with you how my fibromyalgia affects me. 1,434 more words

Chronic Pain