Perhaps you don’t get enough sleep. Or, maybe you ate too many pieces of cake last night. You are possibly becoming aware that you are falling into the patterns you promised yourself to avoid; for example, making the same errors your mother or father made – the ones you promised yourself you would NOT copy.
You know that it is your responsibility to recreate your own balanced life based on healthy choices going forward – but you’re not quite sure exactly how to go about doing it. What’s the first step?
If you are interested in learning how to
- own your own life
- keep the beautiful lessons that fill your spirit
- embrace the truth and let go of the lies
- turn your back on what distracts you from joy
- free yourself of other people’s baggage
- live in truth and get to know your next best friend: GRATITUDE
Click here to discover a few hints and tips to help you get started.
Making decisions can be stressful and extraordinarily complex. Children learn to choose between flavors of ice cream, adolescents choose between which outfits to wear and friends to trust . . . and young adults begin their journey towards independence by choosing paths that reflect varying levels of responsibility regarding profession and testing of some of life’s unforgiving limits. Decision making begins the moment we are born, and becomes more conscious and informed as we grow. During a recent interview, Dr. Iankowitz shared how her decision making was impacted by her early years – including the role of her parents, how she processed her understanding of examples set, and how she is moving forward. Your comments are welcome:
To review evidence-based statements encouraging relaxation for overall health, click here.
There are mounds of data demonstrating that, on the cellular level, we NEED to relax. It feels good for the mind, it nourishes the body and heals the spirit. Tap into Dr. Hyman as an online resource, and feel free to explore Holistic and Integrative Healing LLC via Facebook for additional strategies.