A psychotherapist explains her own journey of discovery which enables her to reach her clients openly in therapy. It came through the ‘aha’ moment of being introduced to the theory of “Mind consciousness and thought” which clarified her methods of counseling.More...
Many people are living good quality lives thanks to traditional prescribed medication. Others may have conditions to which there is no real medical answer. These might include insomnia, anxiety, mild depression, generalized aches and pains or recurrent colds. If no further help can be offered, Homeopathy might well be an answer.More...
Born with Gauchers disease and diagnosed with Parkinson’s in her forties Elaine Benton finds writing poetry very therapeutic. She was invited to be the guest speaker at the First International Congress of Narrative Medicine and Rare Diseases in Rome. Her talk was very well received by the participants, most of whom were international professors and academics.More...
Ageing is a challenge, but to experience it with humor and with your spouse of over years 70 years makes it a privilege to experience. Moe Bergmann accepts that changes have to be faced, but with his sharp wit and wisdom, he can still laugh at the idiosyncrasies of being old.More...
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