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  • October 5, 2010 at 11:46 am

    Yay! Thanks Sandy!

    This looks delicious. 🙂

    And PS: food, nourishment, and family recipes are always relevant to mental health…there’s a story to it all!

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  • October 5, 2010 at 1:41 pm

    We are total systems ~ mind, body, spirit.

    Food nourishes the heart, the soul, the body and the mind. It’s comforting. We cannot abstain from it. What is that old saying? The fastest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. It worked for Marty and I on our first real date, when I cooked dinner for him.

    He was hooked!

    I love to cook, though I’m not gourmet. It’s so creative. My mother is a sensational cook and baker, as are my sisters. When you welcome someone to your home, you offer them something to eat. This crosses all traditions and customs.

    It’s a universal language even if the cuisine varies.

    I agree. Psych Central should have a food for health of head and heart and soul blog. I hope Dr. Grohol agrees.

    Enjoy.

    Hugs,
    xoxox
    s

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