Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Many Pressures of Parenting

By Elizabeth Wine Parenting in today’s culture is no easy task.  There are a multitude of people who judge parenting styles—your neighbor, your in-laws, your best friend, clerks at the grocery store, media personalities, and the list goes on.  Sometimes, … Continue reading

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Techniques to help break the cycle of negative thinking by focusing on the present

This is the fourth post in a series on MINDFULENESS by Laurie Moffitt. Mindfulness requires living in the present moment and only the present moment. When feeling anxious, we are often thinking about the future, the past or the what … Continue reading

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Will life ever be good again? Living with Grief.

                                                                   This is the first post in a series about Grief By Laurie Moffitt After experiencing loss, it often seems like life will never feel good again. The world turns upside down and things look strange, out of place, different. … Continue reading

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Do you know where you carry stress in your body?

This is the third post in a series about MINDFULNESS by Laurie Moffitt. Each of us carries stress in our body. We may experience headaches, muscle aches, trouble sleeping, digestive issues or stomach pain. Learning the process of body scanning … Continue reading

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