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I have been a Crohn’s disease patient for eleven years now. Fortunately, for the past three years I have been in complete remission from the disease and free of medication! Since I was diagnosed, I strived to look for the root cause of my disease. I also pursued the traditional elimination of potential food triggers. […]

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Creativity is a powerful force that can be helpful during depression. It serves as: an escape from our thoughts, a way to communicate our feelings and a way to track our journeys. There are many different forms of creativity: art, journaling, coloring, writing, creating a scrapbook, creating mandalas and creating vision boards are just several […]

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As a mind-body wellness practitioner and yoga teacher, I was bound by joy when I discovered yoga is classified as “sensorimotor psychotherapy” in a PTSD workshop. This was incredibly refreshing and in lieu of this I could really sense the medical and scientific backing of yogic healing. The classification implies direct inquiry into the science […]

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A brighty colored abstact painting.

I knew since I was young that I would be working in an arts-related industry but never expected to work as an actual fine artist. I never even knew that was a possibility. I thought fine art was only done by white men during the Renaissance and not a modern era profession. It turns out […]

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When I had my first panic attack a little over two years ago I thought I was dying. There is no better way to describe it, even though I have no idea what death actually feels like. I couldn’t breathe and I was convinced that this was the end. It was scary and horrifying and […]

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Have you had these experiences? You arrive at a certain place and can’t remember anything about how you got there. Someone is talking to you and at the same time you are completely somewhere else making to-do lists in your head. You’ve eaten a full package of cookies and you only realize this when there’s […]

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An abstrat painting of colorful swirls and the words "be still".

Some of you may have heard about it but most of you probably have no idea what sophrology is. So, I decided to make an introduction and let you know about this amazing relaxation technique that I’ve practiced and taught since 2011. A year before that I had my last contract—with a multinational company I […]

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Suicide Watch: Part Four

October 23, 2018

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J. Doe is a pseudonym for anonymous contributions to Healers Magazine. The following is the fourth installation. Click here to read part one, here to read part two, or here to read part three. I’ve often wished to be a fly on the wall, able to hear what others are saying about me when they […]

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You may have heard amazing stories about acupuncture from friends or family but still feel unclear about what it could do for you. You might have a fear of needles, and just aren’t sure if the benefits of acupuncture are worth mustering up the courage to overcome this fear. Here I’m going to shine a light […]

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Reports of anxiety have increased significantly since 2016. Most notably (and more concerning) anxiety is now the most common mental illness in the United States. Anxiety has impacted over forty million Americans ages eighteen and up. This post will provide ten evidence-based and proven tips to help you manage your anxiety. Let’s break down some […]

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