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Lisa’s Top Summer Reading Pic

This is my favorite book of the summer; Gift from the Sea from Anne        Morrow Lindbergh. It’s an inspirational story written in the early 1950’s about a woman who went on a retreat-style vacation to Florida’s Captiva Island where she reflected on lessons of love, marriage, youth, age, peace, solitude, and contentment. …

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Living in the Land of Plenty

As American’s, it’s easy to say we live in the land of plenty because of all the economic opportunities our freedom allows. Often people from poor countries view the U.S. as “the land of milk and honey” traveling far and wide to be here and “get their piece of the pie”. Alternatively, there are citizens …

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Free Your Mind

Have you ever have difficulty focusing or lose your concentration at the slightest distraction? If so, you’re not alone. Some of us identify with a well known condition known as Attention Deficit Disorder. It’s not just for kids anymore and adults are now being diagnosed in record numbers. Feeling trapped by your mind feels terrible …

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Self-Care, Awareness and Psychiatric Illness

I just read an interesting article on Psychiatric medications causing a rise in mental illness in the US. Below is the link to it. AlterNet/ By: Bruce E. Levine   http://www.alternet.org/health/146659 I think it is unfortunate how American Psychiatry & the entire medical community, continue to be manipulated by Pharmaceutical Companies whose only interest is in making …

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