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Moving soon? Benefits of Meeting the Neighbors

Posted by Anita White on November 5, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Moving your household has a major impact on your family. You’re faced with finding a home in a new neighborhood, packing all your possessions and adjusting to the new environment. Even if you move within the same city, you may still face significant adjustments.

 

Choosing a neighborhood that is a good fit for your family is one of the most important life decisions you will ever make. It can impact the schools your children will attend, the social networks you engagein ...

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HYPNOSIS: How It Works

Posted by Anita White on October 19, 2014 at 2:35 AM


Our bodies routinely fight off illness. We self-heal and repair in spite of how we often disregard our own health. With hypnosis we are able to enhance our ability to heal and recover.

We can manage symptoms with less medication, control own comfort and level of relaxation and use creative imagery to look forward in time envisioning resolution.

The unconscious mind is our storage facility as well as our control center. It balances our breathing, heart rate, blood press...

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Real Estate and property "Estate"

Posted by Anita White on October 10, 2014 at 3:25 PM

Real Estate and property in "Estate."

 

Recently I assisted a family that lost their brother to type 2 diabetes. He died fairly young. One of his siblings called me on a Tuesday morning to come talk with her and her 5 siblings about selling his house. That afternoon I met them at the house. They told me they were all over 65 years of age. As I walked in, I realized they were all in a deep part of the grieving process: one of them in denial, some in disbelief, some anger and s...

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Anger and Alzheimer's or Dementia

Posted by Anita White on September 26, 2014 at 3:20 PM

Aggressive behaviors may be verbal or physical. They can occur suddenly, with no apparent reason, or result from a frustrating situation. While aggression can be hard to cope with, understanding that the person with Alzheimer's or dementia is not acting this way on purpose can help.

Aggression can be caused by many factors including physical discomfort, environmental factors and poor communication. If the person with Alzheimer's is aggressive, consider what might be contributing to the ...

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"Bring the body and the mind will follow."

Posted by Anita White on November 19, 2012 at 10:40 AM


 

There are people, places and situations that trigger uncomfortable thoughts or feelings. I have fear, anger and disassociation as my key indicators. These thoughts and feelings may be conscious or unconscious.

 

I react in fight or flight. Which usually results in inconsiderate abandonment or harsh words, in essence self sabotage I may not be able to identify what is going on internally and I sometimes loose motivation and want to quit. I isolate, pou...

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