Think about it, what if you had a partner you lived with. Things were going fine for a while, no problems. Then suddenly they decide not to communicate with you. Oh, but you love them, I mean really love them, so you let some time go by.
Three months goes by, you are concerned but you do not want to crowd; more time goes by. Six months later, they decide to communicate with you. They say to you, “ok we can communicate, but only on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 7 to 8:30pm”, because that is all the time their schedule will allow. Continue reading Our Inherent Recuperative Powers
If everything were reduced in size by fifty percent, including you, you would not notice. It is only if you did not fit, that you would notice and if you noticed, you would not fit. From the moment we are born, we are socialized to fit “in”. Then we enter school and are trained how to learn, how to be in the world in an “acceptable” way and in the process are required to resign innate qualities and repress deep feelings for the sake of social acceptance, all of which results in, so to speak, a reduction of consciousness; a primary contributor to the existential pain of human existence we all share in contemporary society, whether or not we’re willing to acknowledge it.
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Well-being goes beyond the age old idea of the absence of illness and healthcare implies a proactive stance towards achieving optimum physical, mental, and emotional well being.
In contemporary times, there is much concern about what one should and should not eat. Quality of food, no doubt, affects and reflects quality of life. Food choices are shaped by upbringing and culture, and influenced by where one lives, personal needs and daily activity. Lifestyle choices, cultural standing and acute or chronic illnesses all have their significance in creating and sustaining long health.
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