I was driving on the Schuylkill Expressway last week. And I ran into traffic jams. So what’s new about this story?
New Year’s Eve. I find the cultural message of a successful celebration of the New Year encourages us to be with lots of people, and to drink a bit, or maybe even a lot?
I have tried that in a variety of ways.
Are you stuck? How do you know? What does this question even mean?
As I reflect on this question, I think I have the answer to what the problem is.
Do you find that you have chronic pain? Do you wish you didn't?
If you didn’t have pain, what would you be doing differently?
I have recently experienced the death of someone close to me. The suddenness of this loss reminds me how fragile life is.
My concerns, thoughts, and worries had certainly not been on this ‘healthy’ person. I had been preparing for others close to me to make this transition, contemplating how their passing would affect my life. Not Tom.
This article is about pain. And bullying. And how I think they are related.
I just caught a commercial for Dayquil on television. It stars the quarterback of the last Superbowl Championship team New Orleans, Drew Brees, and his wife. I can (with a lot of mindfulness) make peace with superstars selling pharmaceuticals.