A Steady Track for Managing Stress and Heightened Emotions

April 25, 2019
Is stress a big part of your life? Perhaps a better question is, how well do you handle stress? Do you ride a roller coaster of emotions or are...

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How a little hole changed my perception about life with pain

April 14, 2019
When you look very closely at life events and really think about the outcomes they produce, there is no such thing as a “big” or “small” thing. Everything makes...

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Being realistic about healthcare expectations

April 1, 2019
I have lived with pain most of my life. Prior to the age of 30, when I developed dystonia, it was mainly from sports injuries. Pain from dystonia, a...

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Perception is reality. Is yours accurate as it relates to your pain?

March 17, 2019
I wrote a blog not too long ago about being honest about our pain and suffering, be it emotional or physical. It was called, If you’re in pain, don’t...

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How adversity and obstacles change our lives

March 3, 2019
I often hear people say how much they miss the person they were before they developed a particular problem and they want that person back; or that old life back...

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When is the proper time to face our fears?

February 19, 2019
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog about a bad back injury I suffered and how I worked through it. You can read it by clicking here. In...

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Asking for help is good for us and also helps others

February 14, 2019
I have lived with chronic pain from dystonia, a neurological movement disorder, for almost 20 years. For more than half of those years, I had a hard time asking for...

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My test to find relief in the midst of a serious pain episode

February 3, 2019
The other day I wrote a blog called, The impact stress and emotions have on our health, where I discussed how stress and our emotional reaction to pain and...

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The impact stress and emotions have on our health

January 30, 2019
When I was 30, I developed a painful neurological movement disorder called dystonia. It totally turned my life upside down where I went from being fully functional and very...

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A “pain”ful lesson for which I am grateful

January 14, 2019
I have lived with pain almost my entire life. Prior to the age of 30, when I developed chronic pain from a condition called dystonia, I experienced pain primarily...

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“It is what it is” – Part of the recipe for acceptance?

January 2, 2019
Our response to life events has an undeniable impact on our health I often think of acceptance about anything in life in terms of the saying, “it is what it...

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PEMF Therapy for Pain & Healing – Update on my experience with OSKA Pulse

December 14, 2018
A year ago, I began using a device for pain called OSKA Pulse. OSKA Pulse is a small, portable PEMF device (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) designed to break the cycle...

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Fear: The enemy of mankind

December 3, 2018
Fear is probably the single most damaging, debilitating, detrimental energy we have. It interferes with our healing process and our well-being in every area of our life. We cannot...

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Thanksgiving quotes we can use all year long

November 18, 2018
I love quotes! Some of them I read or hear and they go in one ear and out the other. Those that really resonate stick with me and help...

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Let go of worry and trust yourself more

November 13, 2018
I recently spoke with a client who was struggling with trusting her ability to manage the physical and emotional ramifications of trauma and stress. She was filled with worry...

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