Category Archives: Stress and Coping

Your Hero’s Journey

We’re all on a Hero’s Journey! And I don’t have to refer to women as Heroines. Know why? I recently learned the origin of the word Hero. It comes from the Greek name, Hera. Hera was the goddess who was … Continue reading

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A New Year’s ”Revolution”

It’s time to “revolutionize” our lives and put some muscle behind our intentions. Now’s the time to find our boldness of purpose and let the Universe know that we’re ready to be brave, powerful, and truly make-things-happen. I know I … Continue reading

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Resilience, Responsibility & Faith

Originally Posted on January 24, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman “Tomorrow belongs to God….It isn’t the burdens of today that drive men mad, but rather regret over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow.” – Robert J. Hastings 1980 Regret and … Continue reading

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Animal Messengers on your Hero’s Journey

Originally Posted on January 30, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman During times of stress on your life journey, recognize every resource as guidance- as the Universe bringing you strength on the road of resilience.  While we’re used to consulting experts … Continue reading

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Eat Less, Pray Lots, Love Well

Originally Posted on February 5, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman Imagine, living to be 100! Not something I’ve aspired to, but the statistics say that twice as many of us could become centenarians than just twenty years ago. The U.S. … Continue reading

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Brain Food: A Healthy Dose of Resilience

Originally Posted on February 14, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman Staying on the road of resilience as we age requires that we trick the brain into thinking we’re still young. How do we do that? Three letters: N. E. W. … Continue reading

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Laugh & Grow Brain Cells

Originally Posted on March 6, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman Last night, my sister and I stayed up ‘til midnight watchingbabies laughing on YouTube videos. Of course we laughed ourselves silly. There’s nothing better than an intense, screaming, laugh attack … Continue reading

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