Welcome back! Last month was very interesting as we were able talk honestly about the Doctor/Patient relationship. Some of you felt very strongly about this. The topic this month is one that our community readers have been asking for. That all important question: Is it more important to eat right,
Welcome back! This month was a great discussion about the Doctor/Patient relationship! I would like to thank our guest DO, Dr. Deb Roman, and our two community bloggers Jan Guttormsen and Charity Payne for their honesty and insight. I would also like to thank all of you who commented and
Welcome back! Last week, we heard David’s story about his divorce, and how that horrible period in his life led him to find and practice the art of mindfulness. In his words, “it changed my life”. This week, we visit with Rahana Bear. She is a fascinating woman with a
Welcome back! After a month of looking at Chronic Illness, we learned that taking care of ourselves is very important. When you are on an airplane, you are instructed to put on your own oxygen mask FIRST, so that you may then help others. We should be mindful of our
Welcome back. Have I thanked you recently for reading us? Thank you. Because of you, we have seen amazing things happen. We have been contacted by other foundations, who have worked with us to form their own blog that combines the expertise of doctors with the life experiences of their
Welcome back! Last week, we heard from our Guest DO, Dr. Robert Ellis. His blog on chronic illness was very informative! We are lucky to have such knowledgable doctors who volunteer their time to write for us. So very much appreciated. Our guest DO this week will be Dr. Charles
Welcome back! Last week, we visited with Judith Kroll, as she reminded us to listen to our body and feed ourselves whatever our body is craving, because as she said, “our body knows”. This week, we hear from Jakye Orr, and her experience with finding wellness in her life.
Welcome back. If you haven’t had a chance to view last week’s blog on Suicide, please take a moment and do so. It will set the tone for this month-long series ahead of us. Click here for last week’s blog. For many, the holiday season is anything but happy. It may
Welcome back. We trust you had a beautiful November, and are ready for December! These holiday months are stressful. Even if you are having a great time, it’s still stress. Some are better at coping with stress than others, and in December we will be presenting a very serious topic:
Hello and Welcome back!! Last week, we visited with a young 29 year old lady who has had her share of pain and suffering. An update: She is being sent back to her surgeon due to serious complications. The Foundation will continue to follow her story and bring you updates.
Welcome to our month long discussion on Pain and Suffering. We welcome a new Guest DO, Dr. Maureen Sacon. Enjoy her blog, and we will meet back here next Wednesday to hear from a young lady who has had her share of both pain and suffering… PAIN and SUFFERING : helping