Have 30 minutes? Sit down with Marie Forleo and Dr. Kelly Brogan to talk about myths and truths when it comes to depression—what it is, what it isn’t, and how to heal it.
Two years ago, I investigated the suicide of a 7-year-old Florida foster child five years after his death, to find out whether officially recommended changes to the state’s foster care program had been implemented following the tragedy. Based on records obtained from the Department of Children and Families (DCF) spanning the five-year period after the
I opened the window to the 27 degree NYC air. My driver asked if I wanted him to turn the heat off, and I said, “no it’s the air freshener. It’s really too much.” “Too much?! You’re supposed to like it!” he exclaimed with exasperation in his thick Greek accent. Thus ensued a discussion about
It’s happening. Right. Now. I couldn’t be more enlivened by the incredible women that are speaking this message of feminine empowerment. By the fact that we are waking up in droves, to our innermost resources, and to the truth that to heal the planet, we have to heal ourselves. I believe passionately in physical healing
The Case for Holistic Medicine Ali says it all: “We have the ability not only to heal ourselves, but with the generation coming up, we have the ability to tell them that there’s a different way you can do this.” What is she talking about? A life-long psychiatric patient who, like so many, accumulated labels