When a Relationship Needs CPR, It's Hendrix and Hunt to the Rescue
Harville Hendrix and Helen Kelly LaHunt, creators of Imago Relationship Therapy, talk with Wendy Kagan about why couples stumble, what it takes to keep a relationship together, and how they overcame their own marital struggles.
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There's a disposition that combines artistry and warriorship, looking to each situation as an opportunity for both creation and work on oneself. Only to do the more difficult thing is a peculiar form of masochism; but to insistently choose the course that is both difficult and creative, thus steadily threading life with series of bold creative events, is to choose a life that is real.
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With a newly recommended screening, cancer’s top killer may have met its match
It’s about time that we had some defense against lung cancer. Responsible for about 27 percent of cancer deaths, it is by far the leading cause of cancer death in both men and women.
Holistic Health Means Options
Mens sana in corpore sano. (Sound mind in sound body.) The ancient Romans knew it, and so did Socrates when he pointed out that a healthy part can't exist on an unhealthy whole.
Recovering from an eating disorder is a journey through body, psyche, and spirit.
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Making your own herbal medicine is easy, earthy, and exuberantly healing.
In our culture of CVS convenience, it's all too easy to hand over our health to a brand-name label or Big Pharma script. People like Maia Toll remind us that there's another way—a simpler, connected-to-the-earth way of taking charge of our own bodies.
For A Growing Number of Lucky People, Cancer Is Losing Its Death Grip
It may seem a bold, even risky statement to say that cancer today is becoming less of a death sentence and more of a chronic illness that can be managed with vigilance and care. (Plenty of people caught in the final fire of disease, and their loved ones, would disagree.) Yet doctors and researchers in the oncology world see this happening for certain people and types of cancers—especially breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer, among others—thanks to an arsenal of very limber and precise modern medical treatments.
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The man his followers call the Gyalwa Karmapa is the 29-year-old leader of a major school of Tibetan Buddhism and of the Karma Triyana Dharmachakra (KTD) monastery and shrine in Woodstock, which was founded by his predecessor, the 16th Karmapa, in the 1970s.
Turn off your smartphone and see what quietude can teach you.
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