Top 20 Items to Increase Independence When Living with Arm or Leg Weakness

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My story on building a positive self-image and self-worth

Coming from a background of extreme heartache and trauma, the path that I took helped me to build a healthy and positive self-image that has given me peace of mind and has greatly improved my quality of life in so many areas. This episode is an account of that journey which led me to discover […]

A Positive Self-Image is Needed to Have a Healthy Relationship with Yourself and Others

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Drugs and Alcohol: Early Onset of Dementia

This article was written due to the current state of our world right now. People are struggling to cope with stress due to uncertainty and worry because of job loss, lack of food, illness, loss of loved ones, and social isolation. Others are dealing with regular abuse as they are quarantined with their abuser and […]

Lessons of a Winter Season: A Season of Life

Winter is a time for letting things go, settling down and a time for stillness. It is a time for rest and regeneration. Winter is a good reminder that change is necessary sometimes and what may seem dead may be just dormant until the right season of life brings a rebirth or new growth.

Cloudy Dark Days: Grief and Loss

Approximately ten of my friends and family members have gone through great loss this year – including myself and I am sure many of you who are reading this are also grieving, know someone who is grieving or has gone through the grieving process.

Healthy Concern vs. Unhealthy Worry

Worry and concern can be hard to distinguish. Many people interchange the two as if they are the same. However, there is a difference between having a healthy concern over a problem and unhealthy worry.