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Wellness–It's Not Just For Doctors Anymore

When you think of wellness, what comes to mind? Many people immediately think of physical health.  I am well if I am in good physical shape and suffer no debilitating illnesses.   That is true, but that  would make you physically fit, not necessarily well. Webster’s dictionary defines wellness as ” The quality or state of […]

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It's Okay to Relax

Just about everyone  I know has goals.  Some are big, life changing goals.  Some are smaller–more along the lines of baby step goals.  Any wellness coach will tell you that goals are important.  They motivate us toward change and enhance our lives.    Without any aspirations,  life can be a very unsatisfying experience. I have […]

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Perfection is Highly Overrated

“Perfectionism is the rejection of now” –Povel Somov, PH.D. Have you ever noticed that sometimes it seems like the universe wants you to learn something  and won’t give up until you pay attention?  Suddenly everywhere you turn there is a story about something, and it’s along the same theme as the story you heard yesterday?  […]

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Get Over Your Bad Self

I had lunch with a friend last week, and she told me about another friend of hers that she has known for years.  She considers her to be very close friend—perhaps one of her best friends.  Always there when she needs a hand, and always ready to talk at any time of the day or […]

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Monsters Under the Bed

We all know, or at times may have been, the child who is afraid to go to sleep because there are definitely monsters under the bed.  These monsters are just waiting for sleep to come, and then they crawl out and do what monsters do best.  Fearing the worst, the child huddles under the blanket, […]

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