Category: Wellness


Everyone Needs Purpose in Life

October 2nd, 2012 — 10:46am

My father worked until age 83 at a job he enjoyed. He would still be there if his heart hadn’t given out and retirement was forced on him. It was his third or fourth career. Continue reading »

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Create Impulses to Buy

July 26th, 2012 — 12:05pm

Profit centers work best when based on the impulse buying style. The impulse buying style simply means the member responds to certain stimuli and makes a buying decision he or she did not intend. If an owner doesn’t understand that a large majority of retail sales are made on impulse and not by plan, the club’s profit centers will not work. Continue reading »

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Shower or Bath?

June 15th, 2012 — 7:40am

Your daughter may take either a shower or bath. Taking a shower is developmentally appropriate for her age, because she will be able to learn to shampoo her hair in the shower. Continue reading »

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Reclaiming The Sacred In Childhood Spiritual Parenting, Part 2

December 9th, 2011 — 6:14am

The answer to this question, in part, has to do with our own lives. If we rarely take time to nurture our own spirits, than it is unlikely that we’ll be able to pass this skill on to our children. Many parents neglect the spiritual practices that they had developed once the hectic pace of raising a family kicks in. The objective should be to continue and not abandon the inner work that we did on ourselves before we had children. If anything, our inner focus should be increased. Children are incredibly intuitive beings and will absorb our tensions whether we recognize it or not. Continue reading »

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Reclaiming The Sacred In Childhood Spiritual Parenting, Part 1

December 2nd, 2011 — 3:10am

Imagine a culture that valued a child’s inner life as much as their outer accomplishments. Imagine rewarding our children with trophies, first place ribbons, and end of season picnics for simply acquiring greater self awareness. This may sound ridiculous to you, but think about it for a minute. Do we encourage our children to develop their inner world? Do we praise them for their creativity or ability to simply “be present” with another without structure or electronic interference? Achievements in the sports and academic areas are certainly valuable, but let’s make sure that our kids are also developing the fine art of being fully present with themselves and others. Continue reading »

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Get Over It! Part 2

September 2nd, 2011 — 5:26am

Feelings not dealt with will often result in nightmares, flashbacks, intrusive memories and unrest in being in situations that are a reminder of the original trauma. Nightmares may be an exact replay of the trauma or simply an experience of the same feelings of helplessness, fear, anger and grief. Continue reading »

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Get Over It! Part 1

August 24th, 2011 — 9:52am

Traumatic events in life happen without warning. Lives are turned upside down in an irreversible disastrous moment. From that moment on comes the critical journey of healing.

Trauma refers to situations in which one is rendered powerless and great danger is involved. Any event that overtakes a human being’s ability to cope can leave its victim in a state of shock. There are expected losses in life such as death or loss of a job. A true example of trauma would be the loss of several family members or friends in an accident or a natural disaster. Continue reading »

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Marriage Fitness

August 17th, 2011 — 6:51am

Women often bombard men with deep thoughts such as, ‘Honey, I want more from our relationship.’ While men stick to the mode of ‘Must we work on that now? I just had a long, hard day at work.’ Continue reading »

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