Tag Archives: compassion

End Health Care Hysteria! 10 Ways to Save the U.S. and You

By Marilynn Preston Personally, I love a smart, juicy debate. But over the last few weeks, I’ve grown weary and frustrated listening to our political leaders argue about the escalating cost of health care in this country. Runaway health care … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Do or Die: Open Your Heart, Let Go of Anger

Anger is toxic to your system and damaging to relationships, unless it’s healthily communicated, a skillset most people lack. It can eat you alive, close your heart and make you unable to think straight. Of all the negative emotions, it’s most apt to erupt into physical or verbal aggression. Continue reading

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The Heart of Forgiveness

If you are upset about something, you cannot see it clearly. Understanding how others perceive events can help us to find forgiveness, and alleviate a lot of stress and aging in our own systems. Sheva Carr helps us understand the process of understanding, forgiving and compassion through her own experience and experiences and examples of others. Continue reading

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