Lifestyle,Mind,Thoughts

Let Your Triggers Be Your Teacher

October 28, 2018

Triggers make us human. They happen to us at work, in relationships, and in interactions with complete strangers. A trigger is an unhealed emotional wound. The level of emotions you experience gives you insight in...

Lifestyle,Mind,The New Science,Thoughts

How to Break an Emotional Addiction

October 14, 2018

We’re taught to feel and accept our emotions, but what about when your emotions actually become an addiction? This concept is pretty foreign in the system of psychology which is based around the analyzation of...

Lifestyle

Toxin Free Deodorant

October 7, 2018

The skin is the largest organ in the body absorbing everything in the environment. I’m always trying to reduce the toxins entering my body, so making my own natural products is something I’ve done for...

Lifestyle,Mind,Nutrition,The New Science

How I healed my life long anxiety

September 30, 2018

Anxiety was just a part of who I was, because I’d experienced it my whole life. With a lot of knowledge and commitment I healed my anxiety. My hope is that my sharing my own...

The New Science

Vagus Nerve: A Path to Healing

September 9, 2018

The vagus nerve is actually a a bundle of nerves leading from the gut through the heart and to the brain. It’s the longest cranial nerve and has communication with every organ. It’s main function...

Nutrition,The New Science

How to Know if Your Gut is Healthy

September 2, 2018

By now, most people are aware that the gut has an impact on your mood and overall health. There is a sophisticated communication system between the gastrointestinal tract and the brain. The two are able...

Nutrition,The New Science

Fasting for Brain Health

August 26, 2018

Fasting has become a buzz word recently, for good reason. There’s a lot of science behind the benefits of fasting. Most people are talking about using fasting to lose weight, but fasting is a powerful...

Lifestyle,Mind

The Mindset of Evolution

August 19, 2018

When I first started in psychotherapy, I had many patients who were “stuck.” They would come in week after week with few changes. Frustrated and hopeless their energy would fill the room. I’d feel the...