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Perfectionism In Anxious COVID Times

Perfectionism In Anxious COVID Times

Have you noticed your inner perfectionist showing up a little more lately with stronger judgements, reactions, and more worry (especially at night)? It’s tough being a human, especially when living through a two-year war on COVID-19. A lot of us are feeling it these days. There is a rise in anxiety and depression in populations around our Globe. Perfectionism can be a major contributor to unhealth and isolation. We just expect a lot from ourselves and others. And this may be a time for more compassion and empathy. Relationship research is showing couples feeling closer than ever or coming apart. … Read the rest

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Posted by on May 24, 2021 in Featured | 11 comments

Joy & Reinvention at Middle Age

Joy & Reinvention at Middle Age

Accept it or not, aging is one of life’s great realities. How we face this reality is a matter of choice!! In many ways, what I’ve been observing is how nature mentors us to reinvent and stay flexible and to continue to grow our identities, our relationships, our activities and most profoundly… face our fears of becoming ‘too old’. Nature adapts. So can we. Every season is beautiful. Every day seems to bring some new invitation… especially here in Vancouver — is it Summer, is it Winter… will it rain… we are constantly having to adapt to what is. The … Read the rest

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Posted by on Mar 30, 2020 in Featured | 16 comments

Positivity With A Purpose Through Our Global Health Crisis.

Positivity With A Purpose Through Our Global Health Crisis.

If there ever was a time to practice positivity, its NOW during this COVID-19 pandemic. 

Here’s why:

 

Research confirms that staying positive can enable your body to better recover and even fight off flu or colds. Social distancing, washing your hands, and not touching your face are THE most effective ways to stay safe and get through these coronavirus times. Yet the research regarding positivity and its relationship to enhancing health dates back to 2002. Managing stress well is shown to “modulate resistance to disease” (Dantzer, 2018). In other words, yes, let’s avoid being unnecessarily exposed to the coronavirus … Read the rest

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Posted by on Mar 17, 2020 in Featured | 16 comments

Crazy Coronavirus Times — Some Effective Ways We Can Stay Positive

Crazy Coronavirus Times — Some Effective Ways We Can Stay Positive

Crazy Coronavirus Times – Some Effective Ways We Can Stay Positive

 

I don’t know about you, but life has felt very discombobulated lately. A girlfriend & I went to Palm Springs last Tuesday, heading for the PARIBAS Indian Wells Tennis Tournament and a few hours after our airplane touched down, the tournament was canceled, and the coronavirus had become a pandemic. At that point… here we were in paradise with the question every hour…Should we stay?… Should we go?

 

The overall coronavirus case numbers reported in Italy, Spain, Iran and all of Western Europe and then in North … Read the rest

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Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Featured | 0 comments

Play & Novelty Are Key Ingredients for Your Better Brain, Body & Relationship Health

Play & Novelty Are Key Ingredients for Your Better Brain, Body & Relationship Health

The interesting thing is that we are so good at play when we are young, and we fail to see the virtue of it the older we get! Why is that?? What belief holds you back from being more playful? Is it that you value ‘productive work’ and judge play as being ‘non-productive’?

Or is it that you never really learned how to play full out? What were the messages about play in your family growing up? What are the conditions for you to bring on playful you today? You know, that playful attitude you can choose or not choose … Read the rest

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