There are safer options for depression. Instead of seeking a ‘quick fix,’ which fixes nothing and comes with a truck load of negative side effects that are worse than what ails you. You are wiser to seek options that are non-toxic with no side effects and creates long term wellness rather than merely coping.
How can you and your family thrive through these events with your good health in tact? The answer is surprisingly simple, albeit one needs to be willing to exercise self-discipline, self-restraint, commitment and remembering who benefits for your efforts.
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 9:13 AM Question: My employer is demanding that all employees get the flu shot. Do you recommend that I get it?…
Is there a definition for wellness? The word wellness is in the news, social media, blogs, books, on billboards, and in conversations. Many people reference a ‘state of well-being,’ which is vague to say the least. The vague definition of well-being and wellness implies ‘a state of acceptance or satisfaction with one’s condition or conditioning – i.e. What one accepts, tolerates, ignores, pretends, copes with or struggles with.
“Terminal” lung cancer melted away naturally: The doctor gave no hope to 80-year-old Beulah from South Carolina. He said, “We have no treatment for you. You have six months to live.” During a follow-up exam two months later, the doctor asked, “What’s going on” The cancer is melting away!” Another doctor compared her before-and-after X-rays and said, “This can’t be the same woman. There’s no cancer here!”