Author Archives: Elizabeth Eiland

How to Be a Good Listener

How to Be a Good Listener: 12 Ways to Listen Closely…and Kindly By Lori Hope (Reprinted from Beliefnet.com) A magnificent array of diverse and unique individuals populate this beautiful planet, but as different as we are, we share at least one fundamental … Continue reading

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Limitations

By Claire N. Scott, Ph.D. One of my father’s favorite sayings was:  “You can do anything if you just put your mind to it.” My father practiced what he preached.  Raised in poverty and having only an eighth grade education, he … Continue reading

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Procrastination

by Melissa Kulick, Ph.D. If the topic of this article has caught your attention, I’d go ahead and read it now if I were you.  For most people who identify themselves as procrastinators, deciding to come back to it later  … Continue reading

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Managing Anxiety and Depression Using Diet, Nutritional Supplements and SAM-e

by Darby Christopher, LMSW Please note: This article should not be taken as advice for how to treat any particular condition. Individuals should always consult with their doctor before making any lifestyle or dietary changes, as some natural substances are … Continue reading

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Practicing Yoga Off the Mat

by Dr. Melissa Kulick, Ph.D., RYT While the physical practices of yoga have enjoyed increased popularity in the west over the past several decades, yoga is, in fact, an ancient philosophy and spiritual approach to being.  The word “yoga” comes … Continue reading

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