Tag Archives: taking care of yourself

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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Resurrection and Rainbows

Originally Posted on April 16, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman This is the season of resurrection and rainbows. This truth came to me after a series of “midlife crashes,” including a divorce after 34 years of marriage, a broken heart … Continue reading

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The Good, The Bad, The Ugly – Habits and How to Change Them

Originally Posted on May 3, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman Do you have the same kind of bagel or cereal for breakfast each morning,  drive the same route to work every day, buy the same food at the market, attend … Continue reading

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Train That Brain- With Meditation!

Originally Posted on May 29, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman Is it possible to “teach an old dog new tricks?” Not when I was growing up. Habits and moods, both good and bad, were thought to accompany us, like old … Continue reading

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Sex and Meditation – Something in Common?

Originally Posted on June 14, 2012 by Dr. Gail Feldman Most people, given the scientific evidence showing that meditation provides benefits like stress reduction and enhanced cognition, know it’s a good thing to do for their overall health. Here are … Continue reading

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Do It Yourself Holiday Comfort

The holidays just might be the hardest time of the year to focus on your own needs for comfort and self-care. Current research tells us that people who score high on tests of self-compassion have less depression and anxiety, and … Continue reading

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