We loved this article written by Kevin Donka, D.C. from The Chiropractic Cafe in Raleigh, NC.
Right now, the NFL is using replacement referees in order to keep football alive during a crisis situation. And while we still get to see a football game, these replacements don’t function anywhere near as well as the original refs do, and the end product is nowhere near as meaningful or fun as it could/should be. It’s time to get back to the way things were meant to be.
Right now, many people are using medications in order to keep their bodies going during a crisis situation. And while your body keeps going, these drugs don’t allow your body to function anywhere near as well as it was designed to, and the end product is nowhere near as meaningful or fun as it could/should be. It’s time to get back to the way things were meant to be.
Chiropractic care helps your whole spine function optimally, so that your whole nerve system can function optimally. And when your whole nerve system functions optimally, your whole body and your whole mind can function optimally. AND, when your whole body and mind function optimally, your WHOLE LIFE is better, and you legitimately win, every time.
Did you know that forgiveness can improve your health? In fact, this idea is so powerful that it has become the subject of wide-ranging research and exploration by academics, physicians, psychologists, wellness experts, life coaches and… well, chiropractors!
And AgeDefyngBody.com lists a few resources on this topic.
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In this article about the effectiveness of traditional psychotherapy, Richard Friedman, M.D. notes that while insights can create “aha” moments because they provide a coherent narrative about your life, they rarely lead to real change. In fact, if that narrative is a destructive one – I am a depressed person… I am a victim… I am always trying to get my mother’s approval… – it can reinforce the same patterned behaviors that may have led to therapy in the first place.
Friedman notes that, as a psychiatrist, “I am pretty good at treating clinical misery with drugs and therapy, but that bringing about happiness is a stretch.”
To find happiness, we must create a new narrative for our lives, and that means telling a new story, not just understanding the old one.
Text of full article can be found at http://nyti.ms/fUqmN5.