Wellness

Dr. Jeanette welcomes Patricia Love, author of Seen and [UN]Heard, to explore the choices, path and traumas of our life that impacts our every breath. What is our voice and can we allow it to bellow with all our emotions? How are we looking back at our life; romanticizing the view, finding faults, living with regrets or shame and guilt? How can we heal our soul and human essence? The human essence is what is engaging in this experience and does it feel good to my heart and my senses? Am I part of life’s story? We can look at…

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Q: You notice your mother will not drive with her husband. She claims he is all over the street and afraid of getting into an accident. What is the first thing to do? A:  Make an eye doctor appointment for both your mother and your father.  Let them both see just how important to take care of their vision for the safety of each other on the road.  You should also be present to decide if maybe there is something they have not told you or maybe they did not understand further treatment is needed.  Just sending an elder to…

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A time of illness is a stressful time for patients as well as for their families.  The best-laid plans can go awry, judgement is impaired, and, put simply; you are not at your best when you are sick.  Patients need someone who can look out for their best interests and help navigate the confusing healthcare system – in other words, an advocate. – National Patient Safety Foundation Dr. Jeanette Gallagher NMD Dr. Jeanette Gallagher is an expert advocate for supporting you and your loved ones in health and wellness through to End of Life. Her education, skills, and beliefs can…

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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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What if: Instead of holding the belief that ‘you don’t see it’ and perhaps consider ‘tell me more’, might we precipitate change as an evolution rather than a concept of who is right or wrong?

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Dr. Jeanette welcomes Lisa Erickson, energy worker and author of Chakra Empowerment for Women: Self-Guided Techniques for Healing Trauma, Owning Your Power and Finding Overall Wellness to discuss how healing begins. Almost all women have experienced some aspect of trauma in their lifetime and learning to heal your deep inner core source wounds can take decades. “Now is the time to step into your power”, how many times have you heard that? But how do you get started? Awareness of the current moment in time, feel the emotions and sensations of energy in your body, and open yourself up to…

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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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Copyright 2010 Out of the Box Healthcare All Rights Reserved Notice anything in this picture? We did. We thought perhaps the bird just had it’s leg up or it was turned. So we decided to check our other five photos of the same birds. We discovered that the same two birds had only one leg. Yet, if you were not looking for it, you would not have noticed it. So, if you are in a group of people, do you know all there is to know about them? Are they standing on one foot?   If you walk down your…

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