Our Break from the Divine Feminine To do lists. Email. Facebook. Appointments. Commutes. Packing lunch. Making that call. Hustling for that deadline. Ignoring the elephant of your sexless marriage, looming in the corner of the room. Feeling inadequate. Feeling like it’s too much. Like you don’t care. But also like you can’t stop caring. The
Is There an Easier Version? I stared out over the sea of beautiful women from all walks of life. It was an intimate gathering in the West Village, and we were there to talk mental health, healing depression, and personal transformation. Heather spoke up. She had dabbled with different diets, some supplements, but ultimately, she
What if I told you that the vast majority of the time, taking an antidepressant for depression is like taking a Tylenol for a shard of glass in your foot. Wouldn’t you rather just remove it? You might not even know that removal is an option if you believe that depression is an inherited disease
About a year into our journey together, having weaned off of two psychiatric meds, Sandra began to struggle with muscle aches. She had learned a tremendous amount about herself in the past year – that thyroid dysfunction was one of the major reasons for her several-year-bout with flat mood, fatigue, and fogginess; that sugar and
Here’s what two renegade doctors have to say about what depression is, what it isn’t, and how to reverse it.