Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by A getaway for those of us who just can’t get over it. ByMolly Oswaks June 2, 2018 My five-year relationship with my live-in boyfriend ended like this: Among other attempts at self-healing, I have tried: casual sex, dating apps, uppers, downers, day drinking and sobriety. I also tried somatic healing, boxing, Buddhist meditation, Ayahuasca and finally, because it was offered to me for free by a publicist, Botox. “A few pricks may ease your blues,” she wrote in an email last March. Well, I thought, at least I wouldn’t look so sad. There’s this horrible, aching thing about heartbreak. My sanity has been mostly restored by months of diligent work in a 12-step program for people addicted to unhealthy sexual and romantic relationships, and I don’t harbor even the slimmest sliver of a … [Read more...] about 52 Hours at Breakup Boot Camp
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Dr. David Ludlow, 38, runs the Kraft Mountain loop trail in the La Madre Mountain Wilderness Area, Saturday, April 7, 2018, in preparation for the 2018 Boston Marathon. The La Madre Wilderness Area lies west of Las Vegas, between the city and Mount Charleston. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotographDr. David Ludlow, 38, runs the Kraft Mountain loop trail in the La Madre Mountain Wilderness Area, Saturday, April 7, 2018, in preparation for the 2018 Boston Marathon. The La Madre Wilderness Area lies west of Las Vegas, between the city and Mount Charleston. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotographDr. David Ludlow, 38, runs the Kraft Mountain loop trail in the La Madre Mountain Wilderness Area, Saturday, April 7, 2018, in preparation for the 2018 Boston Marathon. The La Madre Wilderness Area lies west of Las Vegas, between the city and Mount Charleston. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal … [Read more...] about About 30 Las Vegans running in Boston Marathon today
May is national Mental Health Awareness month, and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is joining with Idaho Regional Behavioral Health Boards around the state to commend individuals who have worked hard to reduce the stigma around mental health and volunteered in their communities to inspire hope, recovery and resiliency. The winner of IDHW’s first-annual Voice of Idaho award, Lisa Koller, is one of those individuals. Part of her journey to recovery and dedicating her life to helping others with mental illness was inspired by receiving help from an Idaho peer support specialist after she graduated from Mental Health Court in 2007. Lisa now works as a peer support specialist and recovery coach at The Center for HOPE recovery center in Idaho Falls. Read more below about Idaho’s program of certified peer support specialists from Idaho Division of Behaviorial Health Administrator Ross Edmunds, and Lisa Koller’s personal story of her struggles with substance use … [Read more...] about Voice of Idaho award winner Lisa Koller: “Today my life is to help people overcome the stigma”
You try out a new personal trainer. It goes well, seems like you're both on the same page. As you wrap up, silently weighing whether or not to book another session, it happens. "Just so you know, I'm also a life coach, if you're interested?""I also sell nutraceuticals..." "I'm also a Reiki master practitioner, if you'd like a session..." Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Obviously personal trainers can help take your workouts to the next level. But with more and more trainers offering additional services, is it safe for your gym staff to be a one-stop shop for all your wellness needs? One-Stop Shops Make Their Case“It's the future of the industry, as training is a very small part of the equation,” claims Reinhard Nel, training development manager at New York City’s Dogpound. “Training only makes up four to seven hours a week for most people. All the other hours play a role in how the body will respond to training. Managing nutrition, lifestyle habits and … [Read more...] about Should Your Personal Trainer Also Be Your Life Coach?
The first thing you should know about drinking ayahuasca is that it’s going to make you puke your brains out. That's usually the first thing that anyone who has ever taken it will tell you. But once you get past that, they say, you will experience a high so deep and emotionally enlightening that your outlook on the universe will change forever.Skeptical? You have a right to be. But in terms of its powerful effects on the body, ayahuasca, a powerful, plant-based hallucinogenic brew, is the real deal.Ayahuasca comes from two words from the Quechua, a South American tribe based primarily in the Andes: "Aya," meaning spirit, and "Huasca," meaning vine or rope. The Quechua call it the "vine of the soul" or "creeping spirits of the dead.” When you drink ayahuasca tea, you see the kind of powerful hallucinations akin to what one would see on LSD. Those who have taken ayahuasca report experiencing out-of-body experiences, “spiritual flights,” and powerful … [Read more...] about What to Know About Ayahuasca, the Hallucinogen That Blows Your Mind and Makes You Puke Your Guts Out