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Food for Anxious Thought: Certain Foods and Activities Calm Anxiety and PTSD

We all have our ‘comfort foods’ that we gravitate toward when we are more anxious, tense or fearful. What we may not know is that some of those foods may ultimately make our anxiety worse or put us on a…

6 Tips for Dealing With ‘Empty Nest Syndrome’ Before and After it Occurs

Children Leaving Home Brings on Emotions for Everyone ‘Empty Nest Syndrome‘ is not a diagnosis but it does describe the grief or sadness many parents feel when children leave their family home to pursue their own lives. If we have…

Divorced Parenting Etiquette Over the Holidays – Do’s & Don’t’s

Divorce can be associated with feelings of loss, anger, resentment, guilt, shame, anxiety, loneliness and sense of abandonment – for both parents and children. Holidays can enhance those feelings when the usual holiday traditions are split between two households and…

How to Remain Centered Over the Holidays

Holidays, even in the best of circumstances, can be stressful due to family, work, school, and cultural expectations and responsibilities. So how can we remain centered over the Holidays? A daily centering practice can pave the way to keeping you…

Sedona Cure By Randy Fridley – A Thanksgiving Tale

The Shift Doctors (TracyLatz M.D. & Marion Ross Ph.D.) had an extraordinary experience on a jeep tour and hike to explore some Native American ruins in Sedona with an incredible and inspiring man, Randy Fridley. Randy has a rich and…