Wellness

06.08.12
Six Lessons to Living Fearless and Free
Six Lessons to Living Fearless and Free

How did I arrive at doing what I do, and why is my brand “Live Fearless and Free”? What makes me an expert in transforming fear into freedom? Well, here it is… In 1997, I received my Master’s in Clinical Social Work from New York University and became a therapist. Less than a year l... read more

06.06.12
Is Painful Childbirth All In Your Head?
Is Painful Childbirth All In Your Head?

Several months ago, like many an expectant mother, I was in a place of fear. A lifetime of hearing horrific birthing stories had well prepared me to feel instant horror at the thought of what loomed ahead. Whilst I could embrace my pregnancy happily, spiritually even, the whole idea of giving birth ... read more

06.05.12
Dietary Tip: Proper Food Combining
Dietary Tip: Proper Food Combining

Let’s face it, whether you’re in great shape or not-so-great shape, many feel as though they have a mysterious “bloat”.  All that time in the gym and passing on breadbaskets and dessert, we still might not get the results we want, on the timeline we want. Did you know that simple food ... read more

05.31.12
Moving Ourselves Up the List
Moving Ourselves Up the List

We are women. We are daughters; we are mothers, we are grandmothers, aunts and cousins. We are confidants; we are sounding boards and we are best friends. We are home-makers; we are decorators, fashion icons, and beauty queens. We are tax-payers; we are entrepreneurs and business owners. We are ... read more

05.30.12
When Depression Isn’t Real
When Depression Isn’t Real

Hi, my name is Becca, and I’m a lifetime suffer of depression. But I didn’t know that until very recently. I always knew that there was something wrong with how I felt. I knew I was more melancholy than my boisterous siblings. I could be outgoing, but there were many times when I felt ... read more

05.28.12
The Misconceptions of Eating Disorders
The Misconceptions of Eating Disorders

Many people relate eating disorders with teenagers who have anorexia. Although this may be the most prominent misconception of eating disorders, it’s not the only one. Well, I’m here to tell you that teenage anorexia is just one of many types of eating disorders. I’m not a teenager nor am I ... read more

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