All posts tagged "featured"
It’s a Garbage Can not a Garbage Can’t
Negative thinking can make any resolution seem like a prison. This year is full of so many opportunities for success, that there’s no reason why you can’t completely own it and make it your best year EVER....
- Posted January 3, 2018
Is Your New Year’s Resolution a New Year’s Dissolution?
It’s When “Ben Puttin’ It Off ” Meets the “Round Tuit” Over the next few weeks, you are going to be privy to an onslaught of ads trying to peddle products to “help” with every new year’s...
- Posted December 29, 2017
Quit Your Bitchin’ and Take an Inventory
Take a Minute and Think About Where You Live Every week, every day, every hour, and every minute, we are inundated with people pissin’ and moanin’ about crap they have very little or no control over! Everywhere...
- Posted December 16, 2017
Pain Doesn’t Have to Be a Habit
BAM! Everything seemed to be going so well. My career in law enforcement was going well, my health was great, I was about to finish my pursuit for a college degree. Then… We were just clearing a...
- Posted December 25, 2016
Braining, Paining, and Complaining
Like to complain a lot? You probably don’t even realize it’s become a habit! Research shows that most people complain about something once a minute during a typical conversation. It may feel good, but it’s not healthy....
- Posted December 5, 2016
Neuroplasticity–Changing the Brain
The Brain Can Change Itself—Neuroplasticity For over four hundred years mainstream medicine and science believed that the brain anatomy was fixed. The prevailing belief and wisdom was that after childhood the brain changed only when it...
- Posted October 4, 2016
Pain, Problems, and Patterns
Are YOU struggling with something that the doctors don’t seem to be able to help you with? Do you have chronic pain? Are you looking for pain management techniques and pain management solutions to chronic pain? There...
- Posted April 6, 2016
PTSD: Fight or Flight
Everyone experiences stress in their lives, particularly first responders. This is a no brainer. Many first responders suffer from PTSD. There are basically three categories of stress: Perceived Emotional Physical Each type of stress elicits the same...
- Posted September 26, 2015
Causes of Pain | Get Rid of Pain
No One Wants Pain. And Once You Have It You Want To Get Rid Of It. Has pain changed your life for the worse? Has pain caused you to give up enjoyable things in your life? Odds...
- Posted June 30, 2015