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Sept 29, Luke Adler: Heal Yourself, Heal the World

What Makes Healing an “Inside Job”? Actually, in my learning, ALL of life is an “inside job”. In one way, that makes things difficult. But in others, it streamlines everything. That’s because it means that the ONLY person we need to work with and change is our own self! Once we create change in ourselves, change […]

Sept 22, Devorah Heitner, Screenwise: Raising Digital Natives

I’m Waiting for My Child to Help Me with Facebook! The stuff of cartoons, stand-up-comics, and real-life parents! Our children entered a world we can learn about, in retrospect, but which does not really come “naturally” to us. How do we keep from feeling intimidated. How do we keep up—or ahead? How do we survive those […]

Sept 15, Love in the Land of Dementia: Finding Hope in the Caregiver’s Journey

The Association of Health Care Journalists reported this information:  A report from Alzheimer’s Association, entitled “2014 Alzheimer’s disease facts and figures.” paints a stark picture about what lies ahead for many older adults. More than 5 million people in the U.S. have Alzheimer’s and related dementia; 200,000 are suffering from early onset (under age 65). […]

Aug 11, Christopher Pinckley: The (Emotional) Mud Removal Program

Are you like the millions of people who go through their daily lives choked with emotions, which they attempt to push down in order to accomplish those lives? This causes what our FPL guest this week refers to as “emotional mud.” Pinckley says that too many us are “clogged with fear, frustration, anger, anxiety, hurt […]

July 28, John James: Grief Recovery from Today’s Many Losses

How Much Grief Can We Take? Not only do we have a rapidly-changing world, requiring us to “let go of the old” with great frequency, but we also encounter personal losses–of people, places, pets and dreams. Add to that that our entire world is undergoing change at a very rapid pace, and you’ll understand that grief […]

July 21, Carla van Raay: Healing from Abuse

We expect people who have been abused, either in childhood or later in their adult lives, to carry anger, scars and pain for the rest of their lives. But abuse can be healed! It’s not actually easy to heal abuse when we are confined to our everyday world, because it’s difficult to see why such […]

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