Tag Archives: health

The mother-child bond and it’s importance in health.

Today is mother’s day.  Typically a day of celebration with hugs and cards to all those important mother figures in our lives.  This mother’s day is a bit different.  Many are separated from their kids, viewing their kids or grandkids … Continue reading

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Quality not Quarantine

It’s been about 6 weeks now since staying at home has become a hashtag and a world way of life. When quarantine first happened, we all were in a state of denial. Then as the weeks progressed, we proceeded going … Continue reading

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What’s so good about this Friday?

“What’s so good about this Friday?” A quote I heard yesterday that is still stinging. Perhaps due to the truth of it, or the anger and sadness behind it, or the absence of hope in it’s monotone. What is so … Continue reading

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The new normal – how to stay healthy during social distancing

We are now in a new state of “normal” or as I call it a “virtual world of connecting and communication”. Will this stay forever? No. But right it’s our “for right now”. The most important thing is to keep … Continue reading

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How to deal with Coronavirus cancel culture

It’s Friday the 13th, it’s windy, the streets are deserted, and people are self quarantining or ransacking grocery stores due to fear of an unknown mystery illness. Sounds like the start of scary movie eh? As a health practitioner, and … Continue reading

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Into the unknown – a “Frozen” lesson about taking risks and listening to your inner voice.

First let me start off with happy international women’s day. Second let me state that although I am a huge disney fan (like I idolized the little mermaid as a kid…. maybe not the healthiest thing but to me she … Continue reading

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What’s your I.D.?

Let’s start off with that I’m grateful we were graced with an extra day in February as it’s been an extra day to reflect on the month.  February has always been a challenging month for me (as winter seems never … Continue reading

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Valentines – The Original Affirmation

Earlier this week I found myself in front of an entire wall of Valentines.  Brightly decorated cards with adorable “punny” phrases and comical characters.  As a child, ok more a teen, I found giving out valentines incredibly tedious (as a … Continue reading

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Heart break and joint ache

Heart break and joint ache – how the mind and body talk to each other. #heart #hearthealth #mentalhealth Continue reading

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Student Self Care – a Difficult Lesson to Learn

Balance.  A simple word which encompasses so much complexity.  Many think balance is a stable state – it’s not.  It’s an interplay of dynamic forces that interact in a way to keep a resonant balance (ahhh physics).  If one force … Continue reading

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