Month: May 2010

Lean on Your Friends

Friendship is key to staying well, says Alice Domar Ph.D., founder of the Domar Center for Mind/Body Health. “People who have inadequate social support are as likely to die early as people who smoke or have high cholesterol.” She recommends keeping two kinds of relationships […]

Play Time

Quick, what’s completely pointless and absolutely indispensable? Why it’s play, of course! Sadly, we don’t get nearly enough play time. The  lack of which wrecks havoc on our health and relationships. “We are pushed from play, shamed into rejecting it by a culture that doesn’t understand the […]

Our Many Selves

Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes.) ~ Walt Whitman Multiplicity It is the nature of the human mind to be subdivided into parts. We all have them.  We are born with them.  Carl Jung referred to them […]