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25 Signs You Grew Up With An Unhealthy Parent

25 Signs You Grew Up With An Unhealthy Parent

What was your upbringing like? Would you be able to point out some really stable points in time where your parent was everything you needed?...
Are You a Reaction Machine?

Are You a Reaction Machine?

People gifted with wonder tend to be easy to spot. They have a joy that seems to require no data and is not diminished by seeming evidence to the contrary....
Today I Love My Stalwart Heart

Today I Love My Stalwart Heart

Today I love my stalwart heart that hung on until the specialist got a camera in there and found the big problem. I love that I am okay, though I am lying in a cardiac recovery room and am not able to use my right hand so I’m struggling to write this with my left hand,...
Healthcare for All? Part 1

Healthcare for All? Part 1

On political issues I lean libertarian, but healthcare, especially for those unable to obtain it in the market, has always been
4 Ways a “Narcissist” Gets the Upper Hand

4 Ways a “Narcissist” Gets the Upper Hand

You’re probably wondering why I’ve put the word “narcissist” in quotation marks, so let me explain. Google the word “narcissist” and an astounding 60 million links will fill up your screen,...
From My Perspective …

From My Perspective …

ADHD is an invisible disorder. Or is it? ADHD is a psychological disorder that affects an individual’s ability to perform or complete day to day tasks. But there are two reasons why this means that ADHD is not obvious to others around us,...
Finding Hope & Meaning at the End of Life

Finding Hope & Meaning at the End of Life

The following is an excerpt from the book Death Is But a Dream: Finding Hope and Meaning at Life’s End by Christopher Kerr, MD, PhD and Carine Mardorossian, PhD. (Avery,...
9 Inventive Ways to Identify and Process Your Emotions

9 Inventive Ways to Identify and Process Your Emotions

I regularly share strategies to process our emotions on this blog because I want to highlight an important point: We can feel our emotions, even when we’ve spent years pretending they don’t exist or when we’ve let them dictate our decisions

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