What if your self-hatred is not actually yours?
Self-hatred seems so personal.
What could be more about us, what could be more ours, than our opinions of ourselves?
Those things we think and... Read More
Help to rebalance your body’s schedule, gently.
Last summer, I was dealing with a bad case of jet lag and said to a friend, “Having jet lag... Read More
Chocolate, roses, and a poem for Mother's Day
What I Learned From My Mother
I learned from my mother how to love
the living, to have plenty of vases... Read More
3 popular breathing methods to use while running. Try each one and pick your favorite.
“In addition to keeping the body relaxed and tall (imagine your head... Read More
Do you spring out of bed, ready to start your day, or hit snooze over and over again? That Morning Person is HuffPost’s attempt to make sense of... Read More
Plus a recipe: Spring into Summer Salad with Berries, Peach and Rose
Spring is giving way to summer. Pungent, astringent, bitter greens like arugula, dandelion, mustard, purslane, and... Read More
Holding on to hurt feelings limits your ability to be present. Move past resentment and anger by learning to forgive yourself first.
Left to their own devices,... Read More
Practical suggestions to avoid that nagging sensation of regret.
In one of the most famous lines in cinema history, an anguished Marlon Brando, as Terry Malloy in On... Read More
In my denomination, the congregation elects its pastors. During my pastoral training, my classmates and I repeatedly heard the story of one Joe Johnson, an Ohio... Read More