October 13, 2012

Women have big hearts and are generally the universal care givers. Yet, they are also the last people to listen to or take care of their hearts.   They follow their hearts in matters of love but not matters of life.  If someone they love complained of chest and arm pain, or shortness of breath, it is the care giver who would run for the phone. However, when a woman has jaw pain, we rationalize it as having too many… Read more

October 11, 2012

  An absolute can only be given in an intuition, while all the rest has to do with analysis. –Henri Bergson I am encouraged that two of my readers have chosen to share their inspirational stories with me—and the readers of my blog—in rapid succession!  I would love it if there were regular submissions from all those who feel that by telling their story, others will benefit.  I know how true that is from all my work with patients who… Read more

October 9, 2012

My husband I were witness to a new trend apparently sweeping the country’s bar scene. No, we are not bar-flies. We just wanted a night out on the town to dance and dine and got introduced to “Ice-A-Bro”– the newest game in town….   The local band was setting up as we dined on steamers and crab cakes at a local beach bar on the way to Chapin’s Beach on Cape Cod. Unfortunately for the two girls sitting behind us,… Read more

October 6, 2012

San Francisco hosted the 2011 New Life Expo—current name of the Whole Life Expo popularized in the 1970s. Its function is to bring together like-minded people fascinated with the metaphysical world. Venders displayed health products while authors sold books. Long tables arranged in a horseshoe acted as the bookstore. I took this pattern to be a lucky sign—books were still cherished. Consuming literature at lunchtime in the organic food court was a favorite pastime for attendees. Participating as a guest… Read more

October 5, 2012

Elizabeth Edwards was  laid to rest Tuesday, December 7, 2010 after a brave battle with breast cancer. However, some people are more focused on her scandalous marriage and messy divorce than her accomplishments as a mother and woman in the public eye.  Bloggers speculate on whether Elizabeth will be remembered as a fighter or a victim. Personally, I will remember her as one of my heroes.   Even in the face of extreme adversity, Elizabeth Edwards always presented herself as… Read more

October 5, 2012

My sister-n-law sent me this e-mail and it was so true and beautiful.  I’m sharing it with you. In these busy times, staying in touch can be difficult but not impossible, and emails can make it easier. So the next time someone forwards you an email, see it as a sign of friendship and pass on the love. Just delete all the names that were ever attached to keep everyone’s mailbox clean. HEAVEN OR HELL–AND HOW WOULD YOU KNOW? A man… Read more

October 4, 2012

Kathleen’s story is powerful, honest, and eye-opening.  She asks readers to go a little beyond where some might feel comfortable, but if you are willing to do that, the reward is the story of a profound healing journey.  Kathleen tells us that, “My crisis increased my intuition which, in turn, saved my life.”  Thank you, Kathleen. Miracles and angels are a part of our lives, so anticipate them and tune in through your quiet mind. (From A Book of Miracles… Read more

October 3, 2012

When I landed in Frankfurt, Germany, my birthplace as an Army-brat, the same dreary weather greeted me that I had left in Boston, MA. However, when I walked though the doors to the Frankfurt Book Fair,aka FBF, the overall feeling was “contagious excitement.” 7,539 exhibitors from 111 countries with 3,000 events and 100 publishing companies were busy assembling their booths.  I compared it to the 2010 New York Book Exp America, (aka BEA) I had attended in June. According to… Read more

October 1, 2012

It is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Are you aware of Social Security’s COMPASSIONATE ALLOWENCES INITIATIVE? Are you or a loved one eligable NOW? Having the burden of monitary issues lifted from our shouders during treatment can be a God-send and a big step toward recovery.  There are few times in life when someone fighting advanced or recurrent breast cancer can get a break in life. Early Social Security Compensation Eligibility may give patients that much needed breather.   As a mentor and recurrence… Read more

September 30, 2012

(Writtten for Ladies Going Green Online Magazine) We can survive for weeks without food but not for long without water. Our bodies are made up of 60-70 percent water. But, is it healthy to drink?         Bottled water is expensive. Are water companies protecting us or taking our wallets for a ride, or are our municipal water works taking our health for granted? A four-year scientific study recently made public by the Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC) had disturbing findings…. Read more




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