Cake – Chronic Pain – Courage

In the hit independent movie Cake, Jennifer Aniston plays a woman who knows pain. Barely surviving a horrific car accident which kills her 3-year-old son, she is left with a scarred face and wounds with pins in them decorating her arms, legs, and back. Consumed with...

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Trauma, PTSD and Children

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Box Your Way to Health

“If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you…” Everyone knows that exercise in all forms opens the doorway to your heart and mind. Boxing, in particular, has always been fascinating to me. When I was a little girl, my Papa Harry fought with the great Billy Kahn...

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The Price Of Gold: Doping And Professional Athletes

The win may be the biggest pressure for players in professional sports. It is not enough to train for hours, days and weeks, a marriage of the mental and physical, pushing athletes to the brink. To finish first, conquer your opponent, and to stand highest on the...

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Top 10 Parenting Tips

Folks often ask us what tips and strategies can you give us to be a better parent. The truth is being a parent is hard - there are no high school, college or graduate school courses devoted to parenting. Many of us grew up in households with physical, mental health,...

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Sports Stars – Fame & Addiction

I was never inclined to play sports. It wasn’t until I met my husband - a former collegiate athletic director - who taught me how the game of football is played. However, it wasn’t knowing where the red zone is, calling the 25 second rule or how many quarters are...

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Trauma & Addiction — What’s The Difference?

This article originally appeared on Huffington Post. Over the last couple years, more and more treatment centers have started saying they specialize in “Trauma Informed Therapies.” We marvel over this, as clearly indigenous to substance abuse, mental health and...

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Too Big to Fail: Wealthy Clients & Addiction

This article originally appeared on Huffington Post. Sam Polk, a former hedge-fund trader on Wall Street, tells the New York Times how his addiction to money and gambling was the source of his discontent. “In my last year on Wall Street my bonus was $3.6 million,”...

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