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Dr. Jeanette welcomes Dorothy Rice, author of Gray Is the New Black: A Memoir of Self Acceptance, to share her decades of life experiences through challenges, adventure and regrets. How has your life played out over the last four or five decades? Are you now challenged to shed your old beliefs, let go of shame and guilt and toss the secrets box for good? What happens when the only identity you have known for your whole life starts to split at the seams? Ready to shed guilt, shame and feelings of less than? It can be done, regardless of your current…

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Dr. Jeanette welcomes Jacqueline Malcolm-Peck to talk about her mother’s writings authored in A Story of Love by Melissa Malcolm-Peck. Melissa had many heart attacks and kept living her life, one beat at a time to teach her family unconditional love to her last breath. Melissa had many heart events that were misdiagnosed, life threatening and a miracle by all standards but she kept taking one more breathe for as long as possible. She had a mission: to teach her family about unconditional love and she was determined to fulfill that mission at all costs. Can you find love in…

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Every year, we wait for New Year’s Day and start our cleaning out of things in our home. We search for new things to come into our lives with lifestyle changes and cleaning our closets. Have you noticed that by the end of January, the junk is back, good steps for change have drifted away and the wishes you were trying to put into practice flew right out the door? What happened? Might we consider that everything holds energy; our bodies, our material things, our home, and everything around us. If that is the case, then clearing out items was…

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Click, now in cuffs and straps and drugs and shots Now drugged out and locked up How do you come back from here, the prison and illusion of the life you are leading?  How did you get there from you? Why can no one fix pain where does it come from how did I/we get there is it an illusion, a game, a sick joke, a black hole, a pain in the ass, or a life taker. Now classified as risk to self, multiple drugs, multiple diagnoses, out of touch with life, slippery slope. What can you do, how can…

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Pt 2 of a 3 part article on Pain New Dr. Visit: Doc I have pain, here are all my medical records, can you help me. Well, I am sure going to try. Yeah, my last Dr. couldn’t find anything but I am in pain. Well let’s see, let’s do more test.s Ok doc, you must know more if you can do something else, can I get meds to hold me through the last ones worked good for a day or so, can you give me more or stronger. Well, ok, but I want to see what is wrong. Yes…

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This is Part 1 of a 3 part article about Pain We all have pain, some debilitating and some just a pain in the ass.  We want to get out of pain, isn’t that the way we are supposed to operate? Who wants to be in pain, no one? We have a job to do, places to be, things that have to get done, right? Top me off you say to the drink, pop me one you say to the pill, push me further you say to the exercise, hold me closer you say to the peep, and shut up…

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Dr. Jeanette welcomes Dr. Timothy Jennings, MD, author of The Aging Brain: Proven Steps to Prevent Dementia and Sharpen Your Mind shares many ways our brain may age and how to improve our quality of life by taking care of our body and brain. Is aging a path of life that we have no control over and we just play out our days? Is it possible to affect the health of our brain? What is dementia and how can I influence by brain health if it seems to run in my family? If you have a disease in your body,…

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By Sindy Warren The practice of yoga is so much more than physical movement and exercise.  In fact, the physical part of yoga is merely one-eighth of this transformative practice.  As I explain in my new book Radi8: Using the Practice of Yoga to Cultivate Your Inner Shine, yoga is an eight-limbed path aimed at helping us move closer to our true selves, our inner beings.  One of the most significant, albeit least known parts of the practice is captured by the word “stillness.”  The journey of yoga involves a slowing down; a settling and stilling whereby we move from…

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Dr Jeffery Fidel MD Dr. Jeanette Gallagher, ND welcomes Dr. Jeffrey Fidel, MD, to discuss the collection of diagnosis labels for mental health and how to live your life free of them.  Dr. Fidel, author of “I”; unnameable will be sharing his experience with bipolar disorder and his quest to come out of the medicated life.  He will be sharing what is available to you ‘on the other side’ of medications and how you can claim back your life to find inner peace. A life of struggle and suffering is not necessary when you can connect with your heart, soul and spirit. …

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Today, I woke up and instantly heard a message to play the song:  ‘It’s a beautiful morning’ by the Rascals.  Know the song?  Check it out on you tube. Not every day is a great day filled with experiences that are just rolling along with ease.  But there are many days that are great which helps the slower or more difficult ones easier to flow with.  Even in the challenging days, take a second to see if there is even a glimmer of hope or light and cherish that moment. I see life as not a doing thing and see…

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