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article Labels Shmabels. There Are More Than 50 shades of Gray.
Nikki Noce, MD
Labels are limiting and keep people in boxes.  People are still persecuted when it comes to who they love—as if there is a choice in the matter. Even in progressive cities like New York or San Francisco, labels still exist.
article Where Does Your Guilt Come From?
Patty Ptak Kogutek, Ph.D.
Food my be our greatest guilt-producing pleasure.  It’s a given: we all want to look, feel, and be our healthiest. But why take the fun out with the calories? We need moderation and we also need to remember that we live in abundance no matter what our state is.
article Six Practices for Cultivating Spiritual Competency in Our Children and Grandchildren
Dr. Rosie Kuhn
What would we consider to be spiritual competencies, especially for children?  We wish for our children to learn competencies in several areas: emotionally, cognitively, physically. What about spiritually? How shall we teach this?
article Define American?
Nikki Noce, M.D.
There is a tendency to think that all words mean the same thing to each and every person… but they don’t.  So what defines being American? I’m sure the Native Americans would have quite the response to this question. And I’m sure the WASPs of the North East who are descendants of the first settlers would have quite a different response....
article Finding Truth Through the Journey of a Flicker
Dr. Rosie Kuhn
Finding inspiration for living in a tiny, broked-winged bird.  Pondering this Flicker’s life, I realize that though his wing is broken he is not burdened by what has burdened me forever: thoughts and memories of unfilled dreams, or the belief that God let him down.
article Face Your Fear of Failure
Joan Jerkovich, BCC
Face your fears and live your life to its fullest!  If you find yourself so scared of making a mistake that you never take on a new venture, or you hesitate to enter the game unless you are assured of winning the gold medal, you may be challenged by a “fear of failure."
article Adversity Becomes You
Patty Kogutek
Adversity, and how we cope with it, is part of who we are.  Most likely overcoming difficulties won’t kill you, but undoubtedly it will wind its longs arms around you with far-reaching effects.
article Accessing Your Inner Wisdom
Lisa Michele Fonseca, MBA, MTP
Too many people read a title like this and automatically dismiss it as “woo-woo” stuff, as if only gurus and mystics have “inner wisdom” or intuition.  The reality is that we were all born intuitive. Over time and environmental conditioning, we lose the ability to “hear” this little voice inside us. But, it is still there.
article Minimizing Your Symptoms of ADD: Which Comes First ... Exercise, Diet or Sleep?
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC, CPCC
Balancing self-care needs when coping with ADD  Ideally, we are fueling our bodies with nutritious food, moving our bodies with regular exercise and getting the consistent sleep we need to feel rested, alert and focused to decrease our symptoms of ADD.
article Innies and Outies
Catherine Auman, LMFT
America is an extravagantly extroverted culture. People are judged on their social skills, their level of apparent happiness…  Differences between introverts and extroverts, and how they are seen in American culture, are discussed.
article Sorry May Be the Hardest Word in Any Language
Dr. Barbara Lavi
Given what I often see in couples' therapy, many people have failed to learn the art of apologizing.  Adults who grew up in dysfunctional families may not have the opportunity to learn to say “I’m sorry," nor how to take responsibility for their actions.
article You Know What You Need
Magdalen Bowyer
When the body speaks, do you listen? Do you know how to listen? Are you open to hearing what it is telling you about your choices and your actions?  Dis-ease is the body’s way of telling us what needs to shift, change or be transformed. In other words, dis-ease is a healing in progress.
article What Zone Are You In?
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC, CPCC
Is your "comfort zone" really all that comfortable?  Ahhh…the comfort zone. That comfy familiar place where we feel safe. Here we can kick back, relax and pat ourselves on the back. Livin’ seems easy…
article Unleash Your Inner Muse: The Key to Enhanced Creativity
Lauretta Zucchetti, MA
Suggestions on how to boost our creativity abound...read on...  The list of ways to enhance creativity is seemingly endless, occasionally contradictory, and often burdensome....
article For Goodness Sake
Yvonne Clark Serocki, R.N., Ph.D.
God has infinite flavors. Read on...  There are over seven billion people on earth....so it makes sense that there are so many views of God.
article Align with the Divine
Magdalen Bowyer
Love is more important than any other thing we are doing to stay, be or get healthy.  The real battery of our health is powered from the invisible world — the world of psychic stress. Health cannot be achieved or maintained if we are consumed by negative emotion.
article Happiness and ADHD
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC, CPCC
Are we meant to be happy all the time? Read on...  Recently I’ve noticed that being “happy” or striving for “happiness” is a major topic of many conversations. We seem to live in a world where we are inundated by information about being happy.
article Be Careful When You Put Your Future Into Someone Else's Hands
Dr. Barbara Lavi
Choose a counselor or therapist wisely.  People often ask how to choose a therapist. There are multiple options available; however, they are not all equal.
article Is Technology Endangering Our Children?
Dr. Barbara Lavi
This psychology trivia question raises some important issues regarding the use of social media and technology by children.  The challenge to teachers and parents is to find a balance between the positive benefits of handheld devices and the negative ones.
article When The Mood Strikes, Strike Back: Three Ways to Stop Self-Sabotaging Behavior
Lauretta Zucchetti, MA
We’re all guilty of partaking in self-sabotaging behavior at some point in our lives. There are ways to stop!  Shake It Up. Practice Tough (Self) Love. Get to the Bottom of Your Behavior. These three methods can help stop self-sabotage.

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