Dr. Jennifer Freed & Molly Green on A BETTER WAY TO BREAK-UP

Jennifer Freed, Ph.D, M.F.T. “It takes tremendous courage to actually face relationship despair head on. Instead people bolt, cheat, lie, withdraw, get addicted to things, or trash the whole thing with an abrupt cut-off and hostile attack listing every imagined resentment and flaw.”
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A Better Way to Break-Up: 20 Ways to Leave Your Lover

The dissolution of any romantic relationship is invariably painful: At its worst, it is devastating and harmful and leaves...


“Shaman Durek is incredibly vocal about the widespread energetic upheaval we all feel—evidenced by geopolitics, the rise of terrorism and violence, and an uptick in environmental disasters—and what we can collectively do to spiritually clean house, which is essential for preserving the planet and our people.”

Notes from a Shaman: Moving Negative Energy and Why the World Is in Upheaval

By definition, a shaman is "a priest or priestess who uses magic for the purpose of curing the sick,...


“The whole idea of a mid-life career detour is something many of us fantasize about—particularly when the detour involves doing something creative and beautiful (and traveling doesn't hurt). One person who has pulled it off is photographer Alice Gao, who takes the kind of evocative, dreamy photos that make you want to hop on a plane to wherever she is at the moment.”

The Road Less Traveled: A Mid-Life Creative Career Detour

The whole idea of a mid-life career detour is something many of us fantasize about—particularly when the detour involves...

The Roots of Mental Health—Maybe They're Not In Our Heads

Kelly Brogan, M.D. “Depression is a meaningful symptom of a mismatch, biologically, with lifestyle—we eat a poor diet, harbor too much stress, lack sufficient physical movement, deprive ourselves of natural sunlight, expose ourselves to environmental toxins, and take too many drugs. Inflammation is the language that the body speaks, expressing imbalance, telling you that something is wrong somewhere that needs your attention.”
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The Roots of Mental Health—Maybe They’re Not In Our Heads

The number of people—and women in particular—who are taking antidepressants worldwide has skyrocketed in recent years. Here in the...