A diagnosis of breast cancer can put a woman on the rollercoaster of terror. Take a few minutes to consider some other possibilities. I promise: there are some.
I am a big believer in the wisdom of longings, of cravings, of desires. Not that they are literal, always, but that they illuminate our path, our own personal Moonlight.
Why is it that we so habitually deny ourselves even small comforts that contribute to the joy of life? And how do you learn to break the cycle and learn to deeply, truly nourish and support yourself?
My journey through despair, and breast cancer, to recovery and happiness.
How Walking in Nature Changes the Brain – The New York Times. Walking in nature, on the earth, has benefits way beyond this (but it’s always nice to see more research on the subject). What you hear is different, how you move is different, and your body reacts completely differently in terms of both yourContinue reading “How Walking in Nature Changes the Brain – The New York Times”
I can’t remember why I walked in the room, I can’t remember names, I can’t retain what I just learned, I can’t focus without getting distracted…
Don’t let anyone tell you those are “normal signs of aging”. Or “just hormones”. Nope. You can reverse all that. I did, and more.
Since I was a teenager, I believed that being a mother was my deepest calling. (My work is my calling, too, but it was my kids who led me into this work, each of them with their “unsolvable” health issues as babies.) Seeing my kids evolve and surpass me, seeing them so far ahead ofContinue reading “Happy Mother’s Day”
Another chapter of my personal experience navigating breast cancer by combining conventional and holistic methods.
What if your cravings were the key to a happier, healthier life? What if you could understand them as a road map to finally make peace with your body and live a more sensual, vital, and purposeful life? Join me for my next class, starting Mar 12, on Women, Food and Desire
Bone Broth: it’s getting a LOT of attention all of a sudden, and “broth boutiques” in NYC are selling it for $9 a cup! But I’ve been making and recommending it for years, and it’s really so simple. Here’s how