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Melanie Young

It Takes a Strong Head to Have a Healthy Heart

Melanie Young | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
The only thing worse than dying of a broken heart is dying from a bitter one. Be a sweetheart to your self. Leave bitterness behind. Your health will be better for it.
Hannah Ross Crane

Gluten Freedom and the Ethics of Withholding a Celiac Diagnosis

Hannah Ross Crane | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
How could it be possible to even debate whether or not to share that information? If your child were diabetic, would you not tell them? Or if your child had lupus, would you not tell them? Why is celiac disease different?
Well+GOOD

7 Inspiring Tricks for Becoming a More Fearless, Happier Woman

Well+GOOD | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
By Erin Magner for Well+Good You might say Indra Devi was the Madonna of the yoga world in the early 20th century, credited as she was with bringing Hatha yoga to the West. Born to a teenage mother in 1899...
Jackie Woodside

7 Signs That You Are Addicted to Doing

Jackie Woodside | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
Begin honoring yourself as the conscious creator of your life. Recognize that if you are not designing your life the way you want to experience it, lots of other people will be designing it for you! More busyness is not what you crave.
Jennifer McGaha

8 Personal Tips for Fighting the February Blues

Jennifer McGaha | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
Once again, though, I am plugging through because I know that, though I will feel pretty miserable for the next six weeks, the end is in sight. Winter cannot last forever, right? In the meantime, here are a few things I have found that help me beat the winter blues:
James Clear

Never Check Email Before Noon (And Other Thoughts on Doing Your Best Work)

James Clear | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
Creating meaningful work is hard, even in optimal circumstances. Put on a swim cap and tuck your distractions away for a few moments. Give yourself the opportunity to perform at your best.
Vivienne Mayer

The Best Confidence Advice Marlon Brando Ever Had

Vivienne Mayer | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
"Inferiority has been very close to me all my life," he admitted. So how did Brando transcend his sense of inadequacy, find his voice and grow into the formidable stage and screen presence he went on to become?
Michele Beaulieux

Will Cosby and Lieb Be the Exceptions or the Turning Point?

Michele Beaulieux | February 9, 2016 | Crime
The reason some people are above the law is because of advice like Nussbaum's. She doubts people will stand up to power and tells survivors that seeking justice is futile. Nussbaum is wrong. Some people will stand up -- sometimes at great personal cost -- and survivors can find justice.
JJ Virgin

Ask JJ: Healthy Oatmeal

JJ Virgin | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
Oatmeal carries a healthy aura, and for many health-minded folks it makes a substantial breakfast choice.
Susanna Barkataki

Is My Yoga Cultural Appropriation? What to Do About It

Susanna Barkataki | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
I know many would like to hear, "No, yoga isn't cultural appropriation." But it's complicated.
Lisa Gastaldo

I Wasn't Going to Cry on Valentine's Day, But the Google Doodle Shot That All to Hell

Lisa Gastaldo | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
The change will eventually complete and I will return to being unresponsive and dispassionate. I am finally at a place where I feel it's safe to express my vulnerability and I don't want to retreat.
Eva M. Selhub, M.D.

To Medicate or Not to Medicate

Eva M. Selhub, M.D. | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
As many people who know me know, I am an advocate for both Western and Eastern/natural medicine or healing applications. I will not tell you to stop taking your medication. I will tell you that there are tools and prescriptions available to you that have no side effects that allow you to get you off your medications or at the very least, lower the dosages.
Allyson Aabram

How I Became Happier Out of Control

Allyson Aabram | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
Although I still aspire to possess superpowers, there is something that has made the feelings of powerlessness palatable and it was initially, totally, undesirable: yoga.
Liz Higgins

5 Intentional Ways to Increase Intimacy in Your Relationship

Liz Higgins | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
Here are five ways to start cultivating intentional intimacy:
Kelly Benamati

Why Is True Love So Hard to Find?

Kelly Benamati | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
Sometimes all it takes is us risking putting ourselves back on the market and choosing to be willing to love again. It helps to have faith that what we are seeking is also seeking us! Remember, be happy and expect the best and that is what you will receive.
Thomas Hormby

Making Sports More LGBTQ Friendly

Thomas Hormby | February 9, 2016 | Queer Voices
Being excluded from sports at a young age can have detrimental effects academically and mentally. Participation in team sports help LGBT youth's high school GPA and even help prevent depression and anxiety at a time they are especially susceptible.
Pamela Brill

Learning to Love Fitness (for Real)

Pamela Brill | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
I have always hated exercise. Since I was a round little schoolgirl I groaned when it was time for PE. It meant having to run around and kick or throw or catch a ball -- none of which I was good at. I always preferred sitting over running. I liked...
Shandra Carlson

Don't Let Fear Be Your Decision Maker

Shandra Carlson | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
I firmly believe that in order to grow and change, I need to be intentional -- to observe my actions, thoughts and inner struggles. Writing out my fears and then seeing them differently, through eyes of love -- now there's a concept!
Sara Davidson

Colorado -- First With Medicare for All?

Sara Davidson | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
ColoradoCareYes, a citizens' group, wrote an amendment and collected enough signatures to get ColoradoCare on the ballot in November. If passed, it would cover everyone, with no deductibles and no co-pays for primary care.
Carrie Doubts

How to Find the Gifts in Your Grief

Carrie Doubts | February 9, 2016 | Healthy Living
Grief is the experience you are going through, and it doesn't define who you are. Choose love and love will choose you.
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