If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to receive Up From Splat updates. Find out why subscribing to Up From Splat might be the smartest thing you’ve done this week! Thanks for visiting!This week’s Find Your #Coregreen guest is Harmony Harrison, an energy healing expert and intuitive coach. Harmony is the author [...]
WOO HOO! Today is the first day of the Find Your #Coregreen UPrising! If you haven’t heard about this new event, you’ll want to read my post about Why Green Is A Good Color For You. Every Monday, I’ll be posting a seed idea or questions to help you tap into the sustainable resource of [...]
Kermit, the Frog, is a little misguided. He thinks, “It’s not easy being green.” But the truth is that being green is the most natural thing to be. It’s just that we’re a little out of the being green habit. I don’t know if “green” is as big a deal in other countries as it [...]
How’s your mood these days? This time of year, a lot of people get stuck in SAD—Seasonal Affective Disorder. In the last couple weeks, I’ve received e-mails and phone calls from an astounding number of people who are feeling anywhere from blah to downright despairing. Happily, I feel great, even though years ago, I used [...]
Twenty-seven years ago, I went home for the holidays ater my first semester in law school. I’d just finished the first set of final exams, and I’d practically lived on caffeine and sugar for the three weeks of study and test taking. The second day I was home, I got the worst headache I’d had [...]
Of course, what I’m going to share today isn’t a magic potion. No woo-woo stuff here. And it doesn’t so much heal depression as it just makes it go away as if it was never there to begin with.
After experimenting with dozens of alternative therapies for depression, I found five things you can do that truly do make a difference in depression symptoms.
Everyone’s different, of course, and you have to find your own path to being free of depression, but sometimes it helps to hear about another person’s experience. Here are five depression treatments that didn’t help me at all.
In 1992, my beloved Cocker spaniel, Dizzy, just nine years old, died of liver disease. I have chosen not to have children (a long story I’ll write about someday), and Dizzy was my furry “kid.” I was devastated. SPLAT. I was seeing a therapist at the time, primarily because of my struggle with compulsive eating, [...]