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Carl McColman
If Contemplative Prayer is For Resting in God, What Role Does Repentance Play?
Carl McColman  
Over the past month I have written several posts about Centering Prayer and contemplation, all in response to an email I received from an Episcopal priest with some thought-provoking questions about the theory and practice of contemplative spirituali [more...]
 
Tiny Buddha
10 Signs You're Being True to Yourself
Tiny Buddha  
“The most confused we ever get is when we try to convince our heads of something that we know in our hearts is a lie.” ~Karen Moning It's painful and stressful to feel like you're living a lie. Like you're hiding how you really feel, sayi [more...]
 
Magdalen Bowyer, RPC, MPCC
Married to Love: excerpt 2
Magdalen Bowyer, RPC, MPCC  
Dear Friends, You keep asking about the book and when you can read it, but the best I can do for now is offer you another excerpt. Meanwhile, know that I'm doing all I can to find the right agent and the right publisher so this book may land in the h [more...]
 
Lynne McTaggart
The big fat lie
Lynne McTaggart  
Bad theories die hard, and one of those that seems to have the gift of eternal life is the cholesterol theory of heart disease. It was launched on faulty science, the famed Seven Countries Study conducted by American physiologist Ancel Keys, who clai [more...]
 
Heather Markel, PCC
An Ode to Notre Dame
Heather Markel, PCC  
TRAVEL & LIFESTYLE An Ode to Notre Dame Heather Markel, Writer, Speaker, Photographer, [more...]
 
Catherine Auman, LMFT
The Mount Helios Love Cult
Catherine Auman, LMFT  
The neighbors found Edith suspicious on account of her hair being "bobbed in true radical style." They fussed about "weird proceedings reported to be of lurid character." The misfits over there on Mount Helios flew a "crimson love flag," and particip [more...]
 
Wholebeing Institute
Leading with Strengths: Conversations That Connect
Wholebeing Institute  
by Jane Anderson Do you regularly have strengths conversations? A strengths conversation is a simple discussion about your strengths or someone else's. Many of us probably don't have strengths conversations often enough. We tend to rush through the d [more...]
 
Patty Kogutek, PhD
Are You All In?
Patty Kogutek, PhD  
Do live your life with a question mark? Do you hedge your bets and hold back, keeping one eye on the nearest exit, and always making sure you have a way out? On one hand this makes a lot of sense covering all your bases, but on the other hand that is [more...]
 
Mary Harrell, PhD
Part 2 Interview: How Do You Separate Truth from Fiction in The Mythmaker?
Mary Harrell, PhD  
THE MYTHMAKER author Mary Harrell, talks with LITERACY IN THE CONTENT AREA's Sharon Kane about myth from a depth psychological perspective. SK: Since THE MYTHMAKER Is based on your real life story, where does the truth stop and the fiction start? MH: [more...]
 
Toni-Anne Campbell, PCC
What does it mean to be truly empowered?
Toni-Anne Campbell, PCC  
I have been wondering lately about what it means to be truly empowered. I see womyn experiencing fear and doubt, Seeing their vision but not fully getting behind it, Hesitating to take the leap of faith, to burn the boats as it were, because they que [more...]
 
Cynthia Thaik, MD
How the Ketogenic Diet Can Help You Lose Weight and Improve Heart Health
Cynthia Thaik, MD  
If you have been trying to lose weight and researching nutrition plans, then you may have heard of the ketogenic diet (also known as the keto diet). Basically this is a high-fat, low-carb diet similar to the Atkins diet or South Beach diet. Studies s [more...]
 
Nikki Noce, MD
Discipline – The Path to Healing. The Path to Freedom
Nikki Noce, MD  
This is an abridged version of the 15 page thesis I presented upon completion of the Three Year Spiritual Healer School at Damanhur University on the topic of Discipline: As a healer, coach and entrepreneur, as well as from my personal experience ov [more...]
 
Kristy Sweetwater, MA
From Breakdown To Breakthrough. Ten Reasons I Do What I Do.
Kristy Sweetwater, MA  
Someone recently asked me what the catalyst was for creating Coaching To Come Alive. They wanted to know how and why I began my odyssey of purpose. I wished I had a copy of my upcoming book to conveniently place in their hands because that’s th [more...]
 
Jessica Hernandez, MA, LMFT
The Best Advice for Seniors Searching for Ways to Improve Their Well-Being
Jessica Hernandez, MA, LMFT  
image courtesy of Pixabay We often think of people having it all together when they get older, but the truth is, many seniors struggle. In fact, some statistics indicate about 15 percent of seniors face a serious mental health concern. Thankfully, if [more...]
 
Karen Erlichman, DMin, LCSW
Now is the Time to Let Go
Karen Erlichman, DMin, LCSW  
Maybe it’s time to let the old ways dieMaybe it’s time to let the old ways dieIt takes a lot to change a manHell, it takes a lot to tryMaybe… Read More [more...]
 
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC
Marie Kondo Your ADHD
Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC  
I'll admit I'm a huge fan of Marie Kondo the petite, bubbly Japanese de-clutter-er. I first read her book, "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" years ago. I took to heart the "does it spark joy" question to help reduce some of my home's clutter. U [more...]
 
Edy Nathan, MA, LCSW
Article: When Children Grieve
Edy Nathan, MA, LCSW  
What’s a parent or caregiver to do when death strikes? In my latest post on Psychology Today I discuss the 10 Do's and Don'ts that offer an understanding how best to help children honor their process in the complexities of grief, while providin [more...]
 
Celestine Chua
Nobody Loves Me
Celestine Chua  
Have you ever felt this way before? That nobody loves you? If so, you’re not alone. I’ve felt that nobody loves me before, and in fact felt this way during many of my down moments in the past, such as times when I felt neglected or pushed [more...]
 
Robyn Hubbard, DMin.
It's Ok to Cry
Robyn Hubbard, DMin.  
Crying has become a trusted companion to my flexible emotional states. I fist learned to really trust my tears sitting with my mom on her deathbed almost 30 years ago. It happened while gently stroking her arm, with tears spilling over copiously and [more...]
 
Chris Cole, PCC
Justice Watch: Ridgeview Institute
Chris Cole, PCC  
I still feel as called as ever to share my latest intersection of life and activism with y'all. I wrote this letter below to the Ridgeview Institute, which held me against my will upon voluntary admittance for acute grief and PTSD, forced me into sol [more...]

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