Something Inside Me

I cannot describe with words. Sadness, remorse, frustration, need, the appearance of emptiness and even anger causes me to search for a truth beyond what my eyes can see and even beyond what my heart feels.  Brokenness causes me to introspectively study myself – the “why I do what I do”. by Stacie

Trying to lose weight

People who take their time eating meals, rather than scarfing them down in a hurry, are less likely to become obese or develop metabolic syndrome — a group of conditions that raise a person’s risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke “Eating more slowly may be a crucial lifestyle change to help prevent metabolic syndrome, “When peopleRead More

What I Share With You

I hear the alarms sounding wildly in the echoes of the wind; still I allow you inside my deep stirring energy? You feed me blue skies and beautiful rays of sun so why would I consider you as the darkness that withdraws the moon from my midnight? Optimistically I search for you with the smileRead More

Breast Cancer May Return

Breast cancer can “smolder” and return even 20 years later unless patients keep taking drugs to suppress it, researchers reported Wednesday. They were looking for evidence that at least some breast cancer survivors might be able to skip the pills that reduce the risk of the breast tumors coming back, but found that even womenRead More

Sexual Harassment Can Cause Psychological Harm

Any form of sexual harassment, whether verbal or physical, has the power to cause psychological harm, according to a new study. The research, which was published Thursday in the International Journal of Public Healthand comes at a time when sexual misconduct is under increasing public scrutiny, finds that non-physical sexual harassment — such as derogatory comments, unwanted sexual attentionRead More

Sleepless nights may affect You

Scientists say they’ve discovered how sleep deprivation can disrupt brain cells’ ability to communicate with each other, leading to temporary mental lapses Have you ever had a restless night’s sleep and then in the morning blanked on where you left your keys the night before? Or maybe you’ve spaced out while driving to work and almost hitRead More

Who Am I

“In order to know who you really are, In order to know the power which you possess, In order to grow, In order to live and be free, You must first be willing to embrace every moment…The days before your existence, The days when you came to be and the legacy that you will leave behind…KnowRead More

Ways to Reduce Work-Related Stress

TAKE A WALK “Take time out of your day to break your habits. Stress is a habitual response to things that are externally happening around us. It’s our immediate reaction to things that are triggers or difficult or hard for us. So you’ve got to break certain habits and a really good way that IRead More

Working Out With Your Partner

Before jumping into working out with a partner, it’s best to consider what your goals are as a couple, says David Lacocque, a clinical and sport psychologist for the University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletic Department, who also has an independent psychotherapy practice in Madison. Extending well beyond how many miles or reps you may want toRead More