Passed out man from drinking too much alcohol.

How to get out of hangover hell

Hangovers from Spring Break and weekend parties are right around the corner. You deserve a vacation from work. Yet, overindulgence can affect your work performance if you do not have an effective plan to recover quickly. Before you experiment with “hangover cures,” I invite you to assess your drinking habits to learn if you are […]

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What cigarette smokers can teach us about mental health

You don’t have to give up all of your habits associated with cigarette smoking. In fact, you should keep some of them. Through hypnosis and one-on-one coaching, you can give your focused attention on eliminating the harmful habits and strengthening the healthy ones. As a group of people who partake in socially accepted addictive behaviors, […]

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Inches and seconds may be the only intervention

For the past month,  I’ve been co-facilitating a free weekly support group for people who were affected by last year’s Hurricane Harvey. Group members recount stories of how they were rescued and the achingly slow process of rebuilding their homes because of bureaucratic red tape. The purpose of the support group is to help participants […]

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Fear corrodes you; here’s how to stop it

In the oil industry, rust build-up destroys pipes. The speed at which rust spreads depends on how reactive the pipe is to its environment. Corrosion specialists counteract rust and a pipeline’s natural environmental influences by depositing coating chemicals and shooting electric currents through the main pipe and re-directing the destruction to a secondary sacrificial metal. […]

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Remember to Breathe

Then the LORD God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being. (Genesis 2:7 NIV) Remember to breathe. In the Creation Story, the first burst of energy Human Kind experienced from God was the breath. Focus on your […]

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