Could reducing stress be this simple?
The American Psychological Association recognizes that up to 90 percent of disease is due to stress, which is primarily linked to negative thinking.
It’s so simple; positive thinking creates health and harmony and negative thinking results in disease and disorder. As Richard Conn Henry, Professor of Physics at Johns Hopkins University, wrote in the journal Nature (2005, Vol 436:2)
“The Universe is immaterial – mental and spiritual. Live, and enjoy
Design a plan to fit your lifestyle and start thinking positively. It’s a habit that may take some time to learn but it can… Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: In a new series, ICS has invited life coaches from www.hireaprofessionallifecoach.com to share their motivational thoughts. Our first contribution is from Rhonda who is a Spiritual Coach, EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Practitioner, Healer and Angel Therapist. Rhonda expresses herself through her blog at www.soulinthecityblog.com where she shares her spiritual journey, aspects of healing, and generally provides a space to nurture, guide and inspire growth, motivate, and deliver some thought provoking writing. Rhonda describes herself as a very questing individual, a spiritual seeker, on a lifelong spiritual adventure, and a creative spirit, with a love for music, the arts… Continue reading
People’s lives are increasingly busy. Life is filled with meetings, travel for work, vacations, kids, and partners. Days race by into weeks, leaving less and less time for self care. With work, children, caring for sick family members, working out, buying healthy groceries, attending school meetings, how do you find time for therapy?
Sometimes everyone feels overwhelmed and needs to talk to someone who is objective. Someone who is not a friend or even family member. Yet, calling a therapist may feel like it requires you to schedule yet another appointment. Brief focused therapy is the best type… Continue reading
“There were no warnings; he just told me yesterday that he wants a divorce.”
I hear this same plea from women who call me and are shocked and off balance when their spouse hits them with this news.
Many of us are so busy with life, career, children, family, maintaining our health, appearance, and some social life, that we don’t have a lot of time to nurture our relationship with our partner. (Just one more thing to take care of!) But, there are warnings before your partner checks out.
Men who feel unneeded, unappreciated, or feel like they can’t please… Continue reading