Do you ever worry about what people think of you? Do you blame or criticize others? Do you engage in negative self-talk? If so, you are not alone. And, according to my friend and colleague Gay Hendricks, you may have what he calls an “upper limit problem.” In his wonderful book, The Big Leap, Gay talks […]
One of the most common questions I’m asked is “Is there a good doctor in my area?” Well, if you are looking for someone who adopts an approach that honors your inner wisdom, acknowledges the message an illness holds, and combines Western medicine with other modalities, then the answer is YES!
One of the central outmoded ideas governing our health care system is the notion that the processes of a woman’s body are designed to cause suffering and pain, and that women require a great deal of medical care and testing to stay healthy.
Pregnancy is a time when common sense all too often flies out the window, chased by a culture that is out of balance concerning birth. Nowhere is a woman’s connection or loss of connection to her inner guidance more evident than during pregnancy.