“I feel out of control. I can’t get up in the morning and I can’t sleep through the night. I don’t want to talk to anyone but I don’t want to be alone. I’m sad but I can’t cry. I’m a mess.”

Please know that you are experiencing deep biological changes that are complex. The solutions are equally complex. I will try to outline a clear pathway. Four factors are contributing to this shift: Female hormones Seasonal changes in light Fear of changes in your child's lifestyle and habits Fear of your mother dying similarly to your … Continue reading “I feel out of control. I can’t get up in the morning and I can’t sleep through the night. I don’t want to talk to anyone but I don’t want to be alone. I’m sad but I can’t cry. I’m a mess.”

Can Chocolate Help With Oxidative Stress?

Can eating chocolate or drinking wine, coffee or tea play a role in keeping us young? According to a team of researchers led by Prof. Dr. Ivana Ivanovi-Burmazovi from the Chair of Bioinorganic Chemistry at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), together with researchers from the USA, compounds within these foodstuffs can activate with zinc to protect against … Continue reading Can Chocolate Help With Oxidative Stress?

Fishing for Omega-3 Solutions in Pregnancy

reprint with permission from Biotics Nutraceuticals Hosting a baby as an expectant mother is a challenge these days, with what can endearingly be called the “Food Fear Factor”. Talk of GMOs and toxins have the average person running scared from the grocery store, never mind the mom who has total and complete responsibility for the … Continue reading Fishing for Omega-3 Solutions in Pregnancy

“I have been experiencing pain in my left knee, hip, and shoulder. I have gotten as far as feeling that this is a trust issue that originated from my mother, even to visualizing an incident that took place where I was possibly physically abused by a care giver as a young child, around 3 years old.”

Real People Real Questions Real Answers As a Sensitive you have access to more information than you are able to process without  a person who is skilled in following your ability to see and know. You may not know you are a Sensitive. That is different than being sensitive, although they often go together. A … Continue reading “I have been experiencing pain in my left knee, hip, and shoulder. I have gotten as far as feeling that this is a trust issue that originated from my mother, even to visualizing an incident that took place where I was possibly physically abused by a care giver as a young child, around 3 years old.”

“Where is my life going? My kids are leaving home and I’m okay with that, but there are moments and sometimes hours in the day where I feel lost and a little worried. I’m afraid I’ve spent my best years and it’s all over for me. Crazy? I hope so.”

Real People                     Real Questions                                 Real Answers Most people would say your experience and fears are "normal" for this kind of transition and just "work it out"! What is more helpful and personal to you is the fear of being crazy and lost.  There are multiple past lives where being alone led to very unfortunate circumstances … Continue reading “Where is my life going? My kids are leaving home and I’m okay with that, but there are moments and sometimes hours in the day where I feel lost and a little worried. I’m afraid I’ve spent my best years and it’s all over for me. Crazy? I hope so.”

The Road Less Traveled to Healing Insight Mary Lee Boesewetter OTR/L, RM

The first factor that influenced me toward healing, was my father’s death. I started to question; ”Was there life after death?” As a consequence of this question, I opened up to books, exploring classes and attending the Unity Spiritual Center in Westlake, Ohio. Rev Bob Wallet of Westlake gave wonderful meditations, and when he retired, … Continue reading The Road Less Traveled to Healing Insight Mary Lee Boesewetter OTR/L, RM

“I just hate when school starts. Everything gets so hard to do. By Christmas, I just want to head to the Bahamas and leave the whole family to figure it out. Help.”

Real People Real Questions Real Answers You are describing a familiar pattern to many people who live in an area of the world that experiences seasons.  SAD-seasonal affective disorder is very common.  Unfortunately, it coincides with exactly the stressful events you describe making it difficult to sort out from situational problems versus biological response to decreased … Continue reading “I just hate when school starts. Everything gets so hard to do. By Christmas, I just want to head to the Bahamas and leave the whole family to figure it out. Help.”