There are, of course, many types of relationships. We have relationships with children, adults, other family members, teachers, work associates, bosses, and significant others, to name several. There are some common denominators involved in getting to healthy relationship status, and we will look at a few of them here.
To even try to make changes to your daily routines can be a daunting thing. Many of us have family obligations including children, jobs - often full-time - and then we need to find time to get or even stay healthy. Too much!
So how can we make this manageable? Here are some tips:
we can see there are internal and external things we can do to support a holistically healthy and
happy lifestyle. Remember, too, that social media is a strong way to stay connected with others and learn from others. However, there are inherent dangers as well as positives in engaging in social media.
To learn more about safely engaging in social media, please consider taking this course, Social Media: Make It Positive. This course will give you a step-by-step guide to protecting yourself from its inherent dangers and promote yourself in a positive way.
To learn more about healthy lifestyle choices, please visit Health and Wellness Online, LLC.
Have a holistically healthy and safe day!
Vaping is a “thing” now. People believe it is a safer, less toxic alternative to traditional smoking of cigarettes. But first let’s see if this is really better than smoking cigarettes and other tobacco products.
We have officially entered into springtime, even if the weather is not always cooperating
with the calendar! So, our minds often go to our health, after a season of joyful indulgence. You might be wondering what foods might be healthy for detoxing, for an internal spring cleaning. By the way, whenever possible, choose organic varieties:
It could be that if you don’t get tummy-aches, you think your gut is okay. That may or may not be true. If you grew up with the traditional American diet, it’s likely not true!
Dr. Donna Poppendieck (Dr. P) has over 30 years of experience in the mental health care field. She is a seasoned college professor and instructor for providers. She uses credible, proven holistic health strategies in instruction for parents of children with mental health challenges looking for another approach as well as healthcare providers seeking to implement or understand holistic strategies.