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The Other Side Of Bipolar: Revealing Your Strengths to Move Beyond the Diagnosis

PUBLISHED IN THE HUFFINGTON POST I found this book to be very heartwarming, inspirational and motivational. Packed with effective tools, techniques, and strategies, and a touching story, filled with faith, courage, wisdom, strength and hope derived from the author Lauren Polly’s rocky journey in life as she battled harrowing events in her life.  Polly was able to take the traumatic obstacles that crossed their life path and use them as a motivator to grow and create positive change in her life. The Other Side Of Bipolar: Revealing Your Strengths to Move Beyond the Diagnosis is filled with fabulous insight and inspiration on how to cope, overcome and turn your life around including great advice on how to recover and move on with your life after you...

Top 10 Anti-Aging Superfoods Your Skin Needs

by LAUREN KESSLER True, food isn't everything, but much of the hope (and hype) surrounding the anti-aging movement is focused on food and in particular on what are being called "superfoods." This is not a scientific term. It is not a term used by dietitians or nutritional scientists. A superfood is a food particularly rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, and other essential nutrients with proven health benefits. It has more of the good stuff per calorie than other foods and fewer (or none) of the properties considered to be negative. And when it comes to your skin, these are the top 10 foods you should always eat: Broccoli Broccoli—the "eat it, it's good for you" food that George Bush (the elder) proclaimed his distaste for—is one of the most...

Unlock Your Brain Powers With These Extraordinary Ayurvedic Brain Tonics

Shankhpushpi: One teaspoon can help calm and rejuvenate the mind. Help treat anxiety, insomnia, and lethargy. Brahmi: Powder and consumption of milk improve intellect and reduces stress. Jatamansi: It improves the nervous system and cures hypertension and depression. Shatavari: Powder and mix with milk, it fights mental stress and fatigue. In this age of day-by-day increasing mental stress, strain, and cutthroat competition, we are finding it more and more difficult to cope with the pressures of day-to-day life. Ayurvedic brain tonic claims at not only increasing the powers of the brain but also at keeping the mental diseases away, along with helping to cure them desirably. It is believed that a number of diseases have their root in the brain of an individual. That is one of the reasons why...

Each Moment We’re Alive: A Musical and Photographic Story

I found this book to be very heartwarming, inspirational, and motivational. Packed with touching quotes, simply beautiful photographs, and a CD with songs filled with faith, courage, wisdom, strength, and hope derived from Debra’s and Monica’s rocky journey in life as they battled harrowing events in their lives. Debra and Monica were able to take the traumatic obstacles that crossed their life path and use them as a motivator to grow and create positive change in their life. Each Moment We’re Alive: A Musical and Photographic Story is filled with fabulous insight and inspiration on how to cope, overcome and turn your life around including great advice on how to recover and move on with your life after you have battled with a forever life-changing disease such...

PTSD: The War Disorder That Goes Far Beyond the Battlefield

PUBLISHED IN THE HUFFINGTON POST   I found this book to be very heartwarming, informative and motivational. ‘Only the dead have seen the end of the war,” Fred Rendon, Jr. writes. “This is the shadow that darkens every cradle. Trauma is what happens when you catch a surprise glimpse of that darkness.” This passage captures the sadness, pain and profound weight of “My Battle with PTSD,” Rendon's exploration of post-traumatic stress disorder. Rendon weaves together an autobiography of his own experience with PTSD, packed with memories from growing up, touching stories from his exciting journey in military, the traumatic obstacles that crossed his path in Vietnam and a critique of modern treatment that help him overcome his battles with PTSD. The book is timely, coming out when...

8 Simple Ways To Significantly Lower Your Chances Of Ever Getting Cancer

[caption id="attachment_26045" align="alignnone" width="770"] Side view of a happy woman relaxed in a swimming pool enjoying vacations with a green and blue background[/caption] By NICOLE FREHSEE When it comes to preventing cancer, your best defense may be common sense: Up to 40% of cancers are caused by "lifestyle behaviors" like smoking, eating too much, and not exercising, according to a 2011 study in The British Journal of Cancer. "Most lung cancers are related to smoking. Skin cancers are related to sun exposure ans a marjority of cervical cancers are related to HPV," says Gregory Masters, MD, an attending physician at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center in Newark, DE. "Genetics, on the other hand, are related to a fairly small number of cancers, maybe 10 to 15%." As...

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