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6 Ways to Cultivate Better Relationships for More Happiness

Happiness is an elusive topic that has been studied and contemplated by many throughout history. While there are many theories and ideas of what it means to be happy, I decided to focus on the relational aspect of happiness in this blog. Show More Summary

Sleeping Around: How to Sleep in a Sensory Deprivation Tank

"Sleeping Around" is a recurring blog post series where Dr. Winter, a sleep specialist, goes beyond the typical questions about healthy sleep and seeks out the most unique sleep circumstances to offer his assistance in how to tackle them. Show More Summary

Studying Abroad with A Gluten Allergy

By College Tourist - Author - Jaclyn Schwartz - University of Illinois · Tips for surviving your Gluten Allergy abroad. When people think of Belgium, the first things that usually come to mind are beer and waffles. Unfortunately my gluten allergy prevents me from enjoying these Belgian specialties. Show More Summary

The Importance of Finding Your Tribe (VIDEO)

I'm From Driftwood is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit archive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer stories. New stories are posted on the site every Wednesday. Throughout Robert Scott's life, he had an alcoholic father, became overweight and addicted to drugs, and was affected by the AIDS crisis in San Francisco in the 1980s. Show More Summary

Just Because You Feel It Doesn't Mean It's the "Capital T" Truth

One of my clients said something during a recent session that really struck me. He told me that he was finding himself moving away from his routine of safely doing what needs to be done to get what he needs to have. Instead, he said, he was starting to allow new, more challenging experiences into his life. Show More Summary

The Degradative Soup of Injury and Arthritis

New studies have shown that when a meniscus tissue is torn in the knee, enzymes and factors are released, creating a degradative soup that affects healing and eventually leads to arthritis. Injury to joint tissues used to be thought of in primarily mechanical terms. Show More Summary

Grief and the Veteran: An Inside Look

On Memorial Day, we take pause to remember and pay tribute to those Americans who died in active military service. Earlier this month I took the opportunity to address a dedicated group of psychotherapists who generously donate their time to provide pro bono counseling to veterans through a program called The Soldiers Project. Show More Summary

Dare to Heal: Why Wellness Is Revolutionary!

In a sick world, wellness is a threat to the status quo. If you live in a family where people drink heavily, sobriety challenges the family to quit. If you live in a nation that worships money, focusing on spirituality or social activism challenges others to notice their own distorted values. Show More Summary

Overmedicating Children in Foster Care

On any given day nearly one in four children in foster care is taking at least one psychotropic medication—more than four times the rate for all children. Nearly half of children living in residential treatment centers or group homes take psychotropic medications. Show More Summary

How to Let Go of Your Fears in Five Steps

Why is it so difficult to let go of our fears? How much easier life would be if we dared to go ahead and we would not worry about everything. You should let go of your fears, not stick to them. It is difficult to know what belongs to...Show More Summary

Why Eating Healthy Is Like Dating A Guy That Looks Good On Paper

We all strive for eating healthy and trying to be as nutritionally sound as possible. But sometimes eating chai seed smoothies, flax oatmeal, and kale as every side dish can actually turn out not so great. Let me explain... Let's say...Show More Summary

What It Means to Be the Daughter of a United States Marine

I am the oldest daughter of a United States Marine. Born in the Pink Doctor Building during the final years of a Cold War conflict we did not win, I learned to walk on Honolulu's sandy beaches, waving to the improbable sky hippopotamus...Show More Summary

Hope for People with IBD and Those at Risk

Marla Dubinsky, MD Chief, Pediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and Co-Director of the Susan and Leonard Feinstein Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinical Center Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hope for People with IBD and Those...Show More Summary

Reach Your Highest Potential By Checking Your Ego At the Door

Our world is a projection of us. Often times, we get what we give, which is why it is so important for us to remain focused on giving our best each and every day. But when the ego gets involved, things can get messy and derail those with even the best intentions. Show More Summary

10 Ways You Really Can Change the World

I believe that we all have the power to change the world. I do, and you do too. Before I tell you how you can change the world and make a real difference, I want to point out where you may be right now. Perhaps you're sitting on the couch watching TV, seeing all the countries at war, watching atrocities such as beheadings and firing squads. Show More Summary

What I Learned From Horses About Yoga and Life

Recently, I had an unexpected opportunity to spend two days at a yoga retreat center in Vermont with about 20 other yoga teachers from the East Coast. The Stowe Mountain Ranch Yoga Retreat Center is particularly known for its "Yoga With...Show More Summary

Why I'm Not Rushing to Have a Baby (Even Though I Really Want One)

I'm probably the most content I've ever been in my entire life, though I still have a ways to go. Now don't get me wrong; contentment is still a struggle. I'm a recovering perfectionist, which means life has never been good enough for me. Show More Summary

The No. 1 Reason to Treat Yourself With Grace

What would you do if I told you that the care and feeding of you were no different than the care and feeding of the Divine? If you accepted this truth, how would it shift the way you live? When I see you, I see nothing but divine brilliance. Show More Summary

Reduce Your Stress in Under 20 Minutes

Are you feeling stressed out and overwhelmed? Check out the new episode of "You Should Know" with Lucia Nazzaro, a HooplaHa original series and learn one easy and priceless technique for using your breathing to increase your sense of well being and state of mind. Show More Summary

The Secret to Weight Loss Isn't What You Think

I don't know if you've noticed, but there is a MAJOR trend happening in the weight loss industry that's allowing people to actually lose weight FASTER and EASIER than ever before. The best part about this trend is that it's based onShow More Summary

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