Cant say NO

July 26, 2017
It's OK To Say No“It’s okay to say no. It’s okay to say no to someone you love. It’s okay to say no to a friend. It’s okay to say no to a parent or child. It’s okay to say no to a job or relationship. It’s okay to say no to sexual advances. And it’s okay to s...
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Digestive Difficulty's

July 4, 2017
Some clinical if basic information from Chris that you maybe interested in doing Part oneClinician’s Guide to Digestive DisordersAs practitioners, we face numerous digestive diseases in our patients every day, ranging from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and gastroesophagea...
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There are only a few true mental chemical imbalances (schizophrenia for instance) that require serious prescription medication, yet in 90% of the cases you mention anxiety or depression, they will medicate you. In fact depression is an advanced form of anxiety towards life ...
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Baby reflexology

June 9, 2017
Below are seven common ailments that can be eased thanks to a specific massage. 1) Tooth pain Is your little one suffering from tooth pain? It can be worthwhile to massage the tips of their toes, as those zones in body correspond with the part of your body that is responsib...
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June 1, 2017

Staying Calmly Balanced

If there are two heart attributes to consider rebooting right now they would be compassion and tolerance – for our self as much as others. Many people are feeling their emotions running high making the topic of resilience even more important. Staying tuned to what emotions...
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Irritable Gut

May 5, 2017
Is Your Gut Irritable by Elizabeth McMillan, MS, CNS, LDN IBS is a common disorder, affecting as much as 15 to 20 percent of the population. It is characterized as a chronic gastrointestinal disorder causing a combination of symptoms. Some of the symptoms include abdominal...
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Heart-Based Leadership Women Mobilize to Heal the World by Linda Sechrist The Heart to Lead: Women as Allies for the Greater Good, a documentary film directed and produced by Cheryl Gould, explores the emerging paradigm of heart-based feminine leadership and how it is attu...
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Natural Motherhood Creating the Best Start for New Life by Deborah Shouse "A woman's body is exquisitely designed to conceive, nurture and give birth," says Dr. Carol J. Phillips, an Annapolis, Maryland, prenatal chiropractor, doula and author of Hands of Love: Seven Steps ...
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Let the Kid back in

December 11, 2016
Reigniting The Childhood Spirit During childhood, we are in our least conditioned state. The subconscious mind is still accumulating its largest proportion of stimuli, which becomes a primary driving force for our behaviour in later life. The conditioned mind functions accor...
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Depression Chris Kresser The World Health Organization states that depression is the leading cause of disability, affecting more than 120 million people worldwide. Antidepressants are now the most popular class of drugs in the U.S., and their use has been growing rapidly...
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