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By Bianca Alexander and Howard Jacobson, Ph.D.According to the NIH, approximately 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lifetime. While technical…
“How can you possibly start your day off bright-eyed and bushy-tailed if you don’t get a proper night’s sleep?”
Our favorite pieces on removing obstacles to love, creativity and truth
It's Pride Week! Here are some ways to connect with and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.
Based on the imagery of a phoenix, these affirmations will help you rise from the ashes and emerge victorious.
Here are some good starter questions to help you identify a responsible grower and make sure you’re only buying the freshest local produce.
“Once your worries take over, it’s difficult to get back on track. ... When you face moments like these, turn to journaling to recenter yourself, assuage your fears, and calm your mind.”
Feeling a little overwhelmed and down right now? Here are 10 reasons to stay positive.
My last blog’s topic was about the varied reason’s people have sex, which led a reader to ask me, “When is the right time to start a sexual relationship?” This is a difficult ques…
Pause. Breathe. Repeat.Whether you're injured, lack mobility or find yourself stuck in an office chair, there will be times you’re not able to practice yoga in the traditional sens…
A useful list for inspiration and recipes to eat clean
Valentine’s Day stirs up the concept of romance, but what, exactly is it and how do we create it?Webster’s defines romance as “a tendency of mind toward the wonderful and mysteriou…
We asked our readers to scout the spiritual landscape for emerging leaders who will help set our course for the decades to come. Your response was wildly enthusiastic, passionate, heartfelt, and all over the map (and the globe). Wow! What constitutes a spiritual path is becoming ever more diverse—and ever more likely to be led by women. In future issues, you’ll hear from more of your choices. We chose 10 (nine plus a wonderful collaboration of old and new) who represent your votes as well as our hopes for the spiritual future.
Anneli Rufus is a frequent contributor to Spirituality & Health. Her books Party of One: The Loners' Manifesto and the Nautilus Award-winning Stuck: Why We Can't (or Won't) Move On examined our lives as individuals in a crowded world. Rufus’ upcoming work, Unworthy: How to Stop Hating Yourself, will be released by Tarcher Penguin in the spring and continues this path, addressing self-esteem. It serves as the catalyst for this blog and asks: Why do we feel the way we do about ourselves?
by Meghan Telpner Five years ago I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, a condition that is commonly believed to have no cure. I was given the options of surgery and medication for…
Have 10 minutes? Here are ways to make time for creativity in your daily life.
Here are 10 tips to ensure success this year
Many couples are finding their relationship fraying right now. Here are some ideas for remaining close to your partner, whatever life throws your way.
In their emotionally connected presence, pets can be a powerful ally for optimal mental health.