You’ve heard about neuroplasticity. You’re good with the fact that nerve cells wire together if they fire together. But you want to learn how to make it work for you. Let’s do it…
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My neighbor’s mother had a stroke two years ago, leaving her with muscle weakness on her left side. With time and a lot of hard rehab work, she’s almost 100%. That’s the wonder of neuroplasticity.
The weeds are deep out there. Makes it tough to get around and hides the spiders and snakes. Vigilance and stress take their toll. “I’m burned out on life.” But are you willing to make a comeback?
Your chronic pain is relentless, you don’t want to rely on meds, and you’re anxious and depressed. Wisely, you’ve decided to learn about psychological interventions. Say no more…
It’s all wrong. And you’re afraid it’ll never be right. Fed up with living in hell you’re repeating to yourself, “I don’t know what to do.” Good, you want out. Would you be willing to consider what not to do?
The presents have been unwrapped. Yeah, there was something you really wanted – but didn’t get. It left a mark, too. It’s one of life’s great truths: you can’t get what you want every time.
Cruel, disgusting, irresponsible: they all fit. But our guest writer prefers astonishing when it comes to how we treat our mentally ill. She’s been there, folks, and brings a powerful message…
You know you blew it. You waited three months for the appointment and accomplished nothing. You didn’t do any mood, anxiety, symptom tracking – so you couldn’t help your cause.
Antidepressants: always believed to be a go-to for treating anxiety disorders. New research says mindfulness-based stress reduction works just as well. I think we ought to talk about it, don’t you?