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Phaedra Antioco is a pain expert, and she’s not only studied the phenomenon of pain, she’s lived it. Having survived a rollover car accident 10 years ago, she understands the desperate state of someone needing help. (I can tell you first hand that her approaches work because she helped me with some pain issues last … Continue reading “A Different Approach to Physical Pain”
It’s a fact: Guys are less likely to administer self-exams, eat healthy food, take their vitamins, ask for emotional support, and wear sunscreen. The price of their lack of self-care may be a high one. Real men take care of themselves! The average male may be hastening his own demise by drinking and driving, having unsafe sex, or succumbing to suicide as a result of depression. The … Continue reading “Real men take care of themselves”
Lately, do you find yourself forgetting things? Maybe you’ve misplaced your keys, again or you completely forgot your best friends birthday. Something you haven’t done in the 30+ years you have known her. You are aware that you are getting older and these things “naturally” come with age or do they? Now you are at … Continue reading “The Truth About Womens MidLife Issues”
As a Midlife Courage Coach, I understand that most women deal with fear or anxiety every day. You may not think that you are. But, you are! Even the most put together of us is combatting some type of fear or another and we really do need a solution to fear and anxiety to help … Continue reading “A Solution to Fear and Anxiety”
Have you ever considered that there is a connection between sugar and your hormones? In my interview with Dr. Stephanie Zgrangen we’ll talk about that connection and to help you discover if sugar is a problem for you. Like many helping professionals who serve others holistically, Dr. Stephanie Zgraggen had sought conventional guidance for her own health and … Continue reading “The Connection Between Sugar and Your Hormones”
Welcome to this very special edition of Fork in the Road with Sheree Clark. Today, Television Show Host Michele Brown takes over as interviewer, and Sheree is here as a guest. Listen while Michele asks pointed questions about fear, knowing when to leave and how to find the courage to make a change.
I was interviewed for Smart Women Talk Radio recently. Host Katana Abbott and I discussed finding the courage to live your life for you. It takes guts! Specifically, I touched on: How to get in touch with what you actually want next The very first step that precedes all acts of courage Practical tips … Continue reading “It Takes Guts: Finding the Courage to Live Your Life for You”
When you first wake up in the morning, you’re in a highly vulnerable state. Fresh from the realm of the unconscious, the first thoughts and emotions you experience set the tone for the rest of your day. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? If your alarm is on your phone, … Continue reading “6 Tips for a Great Day ”
“Giving up your goal because of one set back is like slashing your other three tires because you have a flat.” You did it. You set a realistic goal and created an action plan with small, manageable tasks. You asked for support when you needed it. You monitored your progress and pivoted when necessary. And … Continue reading “Goal Setback? Here’s How to Accomplish Your Goals”
The way I see it, there are two kinds of courage. One starts as a reaction. You respond to an emergency or a situation almost instinctively. It’s why someone puts themselves at risk to save another. The other type of courage starts as an intention. A conscious decision is made and a goal or a … Continue reading “Here’s a shot of courage!”