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A lot has happened societally over the last several years.  People have had to wrestle with numerous challenges and adapt.  And still now many are contemplating where we are and what it means moving forward.  When there is a lot of change, challenge and angst, it’s normal to be introspective around how you fit in.  It can also be a silver lining moment to be unexpectedly led to consider the things that would create a chance for more personal happiness and life satisfaction.
What’s important?
What’s not?
Who is important?
Who is emotionally draining?
Who are your people?
What and who deserves your sacred time?
How do you want to be?
What no longer serves you?
It may seem like a lot to think about and in many ways it is but if you find yourself feeling internally led to change, there’s probably good reason for it.  Perhaps there is space opening for you to go deeper within, to understand who you are, what really matters and make adjustments.
If you are ready for a reset or renewal here are some steps.
Notice.  Pay attention to your thoughts and emotional response to your environment, the people around you and what brings you joy.  Take note of things that don’t feel in

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The emotional backlash of an affair on the partner who was cheated on can be earth shattering.  Whether there was suspicion of this happening leading up to the discovery or not, it all leads to a spectrum of emotions including shock, anger, grief and loss.  It can feel like the relationship has been dumped upside down with the contents shaken all over the ground.  But if both partners are open to the work of affair recovery, it’s possible and in many cases the relationship can come out the other side stronger than before.
The work to heal a relationship after this type of betrayal is unique to each situation and dependent on how each person shows up to it.  Is there remorse from the person who cheated?  A sincere interest in healing the wounds caused by their behavior?  A willingness to end the other relationship, if it has been ongoing?  Are they willing to do anything to save their primary relationship?  Just as important is the response of the partner who was impacted.  What do they need to be able to move on?  Can they eventually forgive the partner who chose to be unfaithful?
The most important aspect of affair recovery for

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According to the American Transplant Foundation, almost 106,000 Americans are on an organ transplant list. Another name is added to that list every nine minutes. What if those people didn’t have to wait for a new organ? What if we could supply them with the organs they needed without waiting for a donor? It may […]
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How do you think about your health? You know that eating right and exercising can help prevent certain conditions, but you likely still accept that some changes as you age are inevitable. Your body is going to slow down and age, and if it’s in your genes, you may even get cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or […]
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Stem cells: They sound like a science fiction fantasy and they’ve been the center of confusion and controversy over the past several years. Yet they are the future of health, and it’s time to get on board. The benefits of stem cells are very real, and they’re happening right now. Tony himself benefited from stem […]
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The health-conscious revolution is here, and while you might have noticed yoga studios popping up in your town or daily meditation groups at the office, there’s another trend that’s flying under the radar: Americans are eating less meat. Nearly one in four cut back on meat in 2020, while plant-based food sales have grown 54% […]
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Whether it’s a friend, family member or yourself, you likely know someone who had, or has, cancer. According to the CDC, more than 1.6 million Americans are diagnosed every year with a type of cancer. Of those 1.6 million people, almost 600,000 of them will die. Chemotherapy, surgery and radiation therapy are the leading treatments […]
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Seafood is a key part of healthy eating. It’s a high-protein, low-calorie meat that’s packed with nutrients you won’t find in other sources. It’s also delicious. But have you ever wondered: Where do fish come from? How are they raised? Is there a difference between farm-raised fish vs. wild caught? The odds are what was […]
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Want to incorporate an easy daily routine that will improve your mental and physical health? Discover the true benefits of stretching.  While stretching is often associated with yoga or athletes, don’t underestimate the importance of stretching as a part of an everyday routine.  The power of stretching holds huge benefits for the body and the […]
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It’s easier than ever to go an entire day without interacting with another human being. We use texts and emails to say “I love you,” we use social media to wish others a “happy birthday,” we do our banking, book our travel and order groceries all with the touch of a finger. But the irony […]
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