The Middle Pathway

In a world where intensity is king, and rest is a sin, there is no “middle path”. Can we begin to make one? Can we steal the word “Euthymia” from mental health and give it a place in daily life? Can we begin to make it not only acceptable, but applauded – to breathe? Let’s […]

Invisible Conditions: “In my brain, or in my mind?” Both or neither?

In 2017, I coined the term, “The Invisible Conditions”, refering to those conditions that are challenging-to or impossible to (either) image with today’s technology or to see an individual has (hard signs). These include, but are not limited to: chronic pain, Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD), Persistent Post Concussion Syndrome (PPCS), Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome […]

A Regular Checkup to Adjust Dosage and Response

The science of wellness continues to improve. Regardless of age, people need to participate in activity (may or may not be “exercises”) that will keep or improve their comprehensive fitness. The minimal amount of physical activity and the parameters of fitness have been well-cited by the World Health Organization, and American College of Sports Medicine. […]

Arrive and Thrive

Highly successful people are not born highly successful. We know the opportunities that are available to persons with privilege are not equal across all soci0-economic levels. However, we also understand through motor learning, that an experience without struggle, without error, does not stimulate learning and thrive. We perceive a greater amount of success when we […]