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Everyone reads the words “bipolar disorder,” and immediately thinks this cannot possibly be a “disorder” that they have. And indeed, this terminology is a bit clinical for most high functioning people who let nothing slow them down and have moved mountains to get to where they are today. Think of bipolar disorder, and one immediately […]
When you look at your teenager, try to soften the lens and view him/her as an oversized toddler. We say this because the developmental changes taking place in a teen’s brain and body as the result of puberty are equivalent to the changes that take place as infants transition into toddlerhood. With that perspective, it’s […]
Patience is key. When we force things to change too fast, we don’t give things time to work – and some things, take time. This video is part ten of twenty-six excerpts from a presentation hosted by SOUL Food Salon in March 2019.
You need a strong foothold before you reach for something new. Some changes in life add stability, and others destabilize. It’s important to make things as stable as possible before taking on a new challenge or intervention. This video is part nine of twenty-six excerpts from a presentation hosted by SOUL Food Salon in March […]
With any change or intervention, good science is key – this simply means making good, sustained, trials and carefully measuring outcomes. Keep changes to a minimum, so you can see how things work. This video is part eight of twenty-six excerpts from a presentation hosted by SOUL Food Salon in March 2019.
Why do we need medications? Because the pace and demands of life have become unnatural, and our biology cannot keep up. This video is part seven of twenty-six excerpts from a presentation hosted by SOUL Food Salon in March 2019.
Anxiety is essentially an issue of sensitivity. Some of us are wired to be much more sensitive than others. It also leads us into repetitive, safe patterns, and this can be a trap for many. However, it is also clearly useful. It helps us learn lessons from the past, and make changes for the future. […]
Why are we anxious? Because we are pushed out of our comfort zones, by technology, work, and the overall business of a 24/7 pace of life. It is the result of the departure from nature, and our heart, into the ever-busy mind, for which we are rewarded. This video is part five of twenty-six excerpts […]
Too many of us suffer quietly, and cannot tell when something is wrong. When a condition begins to have clear impact on our lives, it’s time to take things seriously, and not just plow on. This video is part four of twenty-six excerpts from a presentation hosted by SOUL Food Salon in March 2019.
We are all onions with many layers. Our biology is at our core, followed by our individual psychology. When addressing any issue it is important to start at the ground up. This video is part three of twenty-six excerpts from a presentation hosted by SOUL Food Salon in March 2019.