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  • Explore Your Unique Gifts with Agnes Daddona of Intuitive Counseling

    I had the pleasure of having an intuitive reading with Agnes Daddona last month and was blown away by her authenticity, accuracy and just how amazing the process was. This is an excerpt of my reading! First,...

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  • Lifestyle Medicine for Diabetes and Hypertension

    COVID-19 and current events have all culminated into a proverbial stress-test for the American nation. This stress has increased not only on the mental-emotional level of the collective, but has also revealed weaknesses in many social structures,...

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  • To Your Health, Your Life and Your Future

    In our new reality, school at home is out for the summer; restaurants, beaches, camps and local pools are or aren’t open. We have started the re-entry from the shut-down we experienced from COVID-19. We are facing...

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  • Grieving vs Mourning in the Time of COVID-19

    Grief is the emotional response to the loss of someone or thing that is important to you. Mourning is the process of acclimating to a life without that special someone or something. COVID-19 or the Coronavirus has...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Have Faith in Yourself

    What makes the difference between surviving and thriving during this time? The answer…Your faith in yourself. Not faith of religion or the universe or anything outside of yourself. It is your level of consciousness and your mastery...

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  • Staying Positive Through the Storms of Life

    How do a psychologist and avid golfer weather a hurricane? I have been golfing longer than practicing psychology. I have weathered a few hurricanes, including the “big one,” Hurricane Andrew, in 1992. My training as a psychologist...

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  • Access Unlimited Mental Well-Being

    We have all been tested over the past months; some physically, others mentally and spiritually as we attempt to make sense of a pandemic. I notice my thoughts jumping from wondering how we will get through this...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Where Are Your Angels in This Challenging Time?

    Where are God and Angels during this challenging time? Aren’t Angels supposed to be helping humanity, especially now? Many of my clients recently asked me, “Agnes, is this year going to be better than 2019?” I remember...

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  • Do You Have Faith in Yourself?

    What makes the difference between surviving and thriving during this time? The answer…Your faith in yourself. Not faith of religion or the universe or anything outside of yourself. It is your level of consciousness and your mastery...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Access Unlimited Mental Well-Being

    We have all been tested over the past months; some physically, others mentally and spiritually as we attempt to make sense of a pandemic. I notice my thoughts jumping from wondering how we will get through this...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Are you Addicted to Coffee? 5 Reasons Why You May Have Daily Low Energy Levels

    Recent studies have found that coffee drinking may be beneficial for your health. A 2014 journal article found that individuals who drank at least one cup per day (8 oz., black, or with a small amount of...

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  • Debunking The Top 5 Self-Care Myths

    Self-care has gained notable momentum in the wellness community. We are all familiar with the concept that we, “cannot pour from an empty cup” or that we must, “put on our oxygen masks first before we help...

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  • “Get on the Ball!”

    My undergraduate degree was in sculpture from Boston University. We studied the human form with two years of anatomy and my last two years had a project each year of a life size sculpture. We built armatures,...

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  • Emotional Intelligence is a Great Dining Companion

    You’ve probably heard it said, “You are what you eat.” But do you find yourself eating what you are – feeling, that is? The food we eat may be closely related to the emotions we are feeling....

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  • Healthy Ever After

    I am a firm believer that shift happens, in a lot of ways when we least expect it. At the point when “it” happens we sometimes have the adverse reaction that defies logic. Your Healthy Ever After...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • The Fragility of Life

    Over the past several years I have had the opportunity to witness the fragility of our lives. Friends have faced illnesses, unexpected deaths and tragedies, unwanted divorces, losses of employment and devastating financial disasters. Each incident and...

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  • Get Your “Slinky” Back: Get Rolfed

    Remember watching a slinky roll itself down the stairs? It was one continuous metal coil that effortlessly flowed with ease, grace and symmetry, poetry in motion. We are actually designed with that sort of flow and natural...

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  • The Final Resolution

    What if the New Year’s resolutions weren’t something that you decided to do once a year. What if it meant a start of a new lifestyle for the rest of your life. Resolutions are great as a...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • New Year, New You!

    Start your new year by changing some old habits that don’t really contribute to your well-being. Here are some quick tips to make a few easy changes that can give you more energy, an overall better feeling,...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Break the Bad Habit Loop: You Can Do It!

    I’m sure you have heard people say, “I am on autopilot,” or “I could do it in my sleep.” Quite literally, once something becomes a habit we are automatically doing things without thought behind them. The thought...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • The Gift of Self-Care

    When it comes to healing and self-care the most effective approach would be prevention, maintaining a proper balance of our physical, spiritual, emotional and intellectual state. Once past the point of prevention we may have to take...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Thriving as an Empath: The Art of Self-Care for Sensitive People

    Self-care is essential for all empathic people. When you mindfully and lovingly practice it each day, your sensitivities will flourish. The self-care practices, perspectives, and meditations I present as daily offerings in Thriving as an Empath will...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • The Language of Disease

    The predominant conventional medical system in the United States has evolved into a system of labels and categories. Diagnosis and treatment is based upon fitting individuals into categories and protocols. In 2013, 7 out of 10 Americans...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • It’s Not You, It’s Me

    Projection is a psychological defense originally identified by Sigmund Freud in which one unconsciously attributes their feelings or impulses onto another. The other carries our flaws and is responsible for our misery. Projection is a conflict between...

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