Narcissistic Abuse – Gaslighting – a manipulative tactic in which a person plants seeds of uncertainty in the victim. The term came from the 1944 film “Gaslight.”
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Part One of Four Narcissistic Abuse I truly believe that we experience things not just for personal growth but for the greater good of others. At my very core, I am a student. Of everything. Of topics, of relationships, of people, of myself. I have recently become aware of “covert passive-aggressive narcissism,” and as a
The American Migraine Foundation says this of migraine headaches: “For a disorder that afflicts one-tenth of our population and is the subject of thousands of private conversations each day, surprisingly few people – even physicians – can provide a coherent answer if asked: “What is migraine?” Migraine is relatively easy to define in clinical terms.
Think of a situation you are currently encountering or have recently encountered that was out of your control and made you uncomfortable, upset, sad, or angry. As an obvious example during this time I will give the example of my business closing due to COVID-19.
Staying healthy during the pandemic is so important! It is important for prevention and it is important for healing during and after infection. Negative feelings and unhealthy binging will do nothing but inhibit your immune system. And right now, you need your immune system to be at its best. Many of my clients have reported
It has been known for decades, that sweating is an effective way of eliminating stored toxins, including heavy metals. But many people don’t tolerate traditional saunas. They can make people feel weak, sick, dizzy, and faint. They can also increase heart rate and bring on headaches. And for people with Multiple Sclerosis it is a definite no due to the way they elevate body temperature, which can exacerbate MS symptoms.
Being idle has never been in my nature. If I couldn’t sleep, I would just get up and do something – like create an entire library, complete with the Dewey Decimal System, in my home office. If my curiosity wasn’t being piqued enough, I would take a class about something I knew absolutely nothing about just because it sounded cool. I have also started way too many projects at one time to be able to complete them all in a timely manner, but somehow I managed to get them done.
As an ardent researcher, I look less at what popular media suggests, and more at what falls outside the box. Deciding how to prepare myself for CoVid-19 was no exception. My curiosity began early on when it just didn’t appear to act like a “flu.” So, I dug in and this is some of the interesting information I found. This article is not meant to diagnose, prescribe, or take the place of what your doctor is telling you!
In 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) defined health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Since 1948 the definition has been tweaked a bit and other phrases have been added such as “health is a resource for everyday life,” “health is the ability of
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