Dealing with a Painful Event(s)

I am in the process of reading Anatomy of the Spirit, by Caroline Myss. The book is required reading for my upcoming “Advanced Energy Medicine” Workshop at the Guiding Wellness Institute. In addition to being informative, the book has provided me with some clarity / validation in two areas of my current life. Over the … Continue reading Dealing with a Painful Event(s)

Brain scans may provide clues to suicide risk – Neuroscience News

I wonder if brain scans will someday be as common as the yearly checkup! Neuroimaging can be used to assess a person's risk of suicidal behavior. Those with mood disorders, a history of suicidal thoughts, and those with a history of suicide attempts have less connectivity in the cognitive control network. They also have reduced … Continue reading Brain scans may provide clues to suicide risk – Neuroscience News

More than 1/2 of Army Spouses Say They Are Stressed, Overwhelmed, and Tired

I wonder if this would apply to First Responder spouses? https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2019/10/07/more-than-half-of-army-spouses-in-survey-say-they-are-stressed-overwhelmed-and-tired-report-shows/?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Socialflow+ARM

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