Do you live with debilitating conditions like anxiety, depression, migraines, ADHD, or insomnia? Seeking an edge on your professional performance to help you achieve your business goals or earn a promotion? Whether you’re looking for relief from symptoms that impact daily life, or simply want to optimize your skills and talents for greater success, neurofeedback […]Read more
Category Archives: depression
Grief, Healing and Wholeness
Elizabeth Kubler-Ross defined the five stages of grief in her 1969 book, On Death and Dying. Grief is a deeply personal process and each individual experiences it on their own terms. Some may endure all five stages, others only a portion; some progress in a seemingly reasonable period of time, for others the process is […]Read more
Depression and Global Consciousness – A Very Unique Perspective
I recently read an article that described depression as “a psychological reaction to the violent deformities of the modern world.” I found that statement deeply provocative and began to ponder it’s meaning. “Anger turned inward” doesn’t satisfy me anymore. I do not subscribe to the belief that depression is a disease nor am I of […]Read more
Conquering Depression: There is Hope
Regardless of how many tragedies occur in this country due to mental health issues, for many Americans there is still a stigma attached to those who suffer. Few are willing to openly address the issue. Tragedies such as Adam Lanza’s mass murder of over twenty innocent elementary school children in Newtown, Ct. stirred nation-wide outrage […]Read more
January Jones welcomes Linda Graziano with Embrace The Inner You!
LIVE A LIFE YOU LOVE… Begin by Loving You! Are you letting Bipolar Disorder limit your self-love, happiness, and potential in life? IT IS POSSIBLE to love yourself and your life AND have Bipolar Disorder. I do…. And I will show you how to do it too. If you are springing back from depression and are now doing okay, BUT… • You doubt yourself, feel disconnected from your true self, and are hard on yourself byRead more
Why Suppressing Anger Doesn’t Work and What Does?
Reasons Some of us have been taught it is not ok to get angry; that on some level anger is a bad thing. And although it has (unfortunately) become a source of media entertainment some degree, it certainly is still considered socially unacceptable. There are those who are uncomfortable speaking their mind for fear of […]Read more
YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE: Suicide Prevention Tips
No one is immune. We all know of, or have heard of someone in our community, who has taken their own life. Suicides among the military are on the rise for the first half of this year. And it is the third leading cause of death among people age 15-24. It is a crisis that […]Read more