Archive for January 2022
Mindfulness for the Common Man
Our human experience is without meaning or unworthy of analysis until we mindfully recognize what it means to be happy, until we question why we habitually inflict unhappiness on each other, where the seedbed of loathing and odium resides. As you will find in this book, it is now well-known that mindfulness can help you…Read More
By Means of Introduction
Our Center is dedicated to the management of trauma, mental and physical abuse, and addictive behavior. This includes individuals who have experienced a life-threatening event such as a violent military combat experience, a natural disaster, a terrorist attack, a gun-shot wound, a serious accident, or a physical or sexual assault… even first responders who help…Read More
We only live once.
As Charlie Brown once said, “We only live once.” Or better still, as Snoopy said: “Error! We only die once; we live every day!” ~ Charles Schultz • Memories of that traumatic experience keep creeping back in and tormenting you? • Another night of tossing and turning, nightmares, and exhaustion? • Are you struggling with…Read More