Childbirth as Traumatic as War?

Childbirth as Traumatic as War?

Can childbirth for women be as stressful as war? According to the National Post, the answer is yes. 1 in 13 women in America experience…

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Relieve the Depression and Anxiety of Civilization

Relieve the Depression and Anxiety of Civilization

Depression is a disease of civilization and the result of a prolonged stress response, says Stephen Ilardi and Sara Burrows in the Fall 2018 issue…

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Do Chores Right to Build Families, Confidence, and Skills

Do Chores Right to Build Families, Confidence, and Skills

By Lauren McClain Children want to be involved in our work. Young children crave that togetherness, being part of something seemingly big, and the feeling…

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How to Raise a Human Being: From Conception to Age 1

How to Raise a Human Being: From Conception to Age 1

By Lauren McClain How babies experience their gestation and infancy carries through their whole lives. The energy that parents bring to their child’s Primary Period helps…

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The Cause of Dysfunction

The Cause of Dysfunction

By Bruce Lipton Most people have the misimpression that the brain controls all aspects of our inner and outer worlds. In regard to our internal…

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Dando A Luz - Planning a Spiritual Birth

Dando A Luz – Planning a Spiritual Birth

By Lauren McClain I was introduced to the indigenous Mexican term “Dando a Luz” from Pathways issue 57. Few things have clicked into place so…

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Chiropractic Connections

Chiropractic Connections

COMMUNITY Village: Our Loss, Our Longing by Jessica Rios Chiropractic Connection: While chiropractic serves the individual to increase the life expression of the body, a…

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Juice Fasting in the Eyes of an Elder

Juice Fasting in the Eyes of an Elder

She seemed incredibly youthful to be in her late 80’s. Her daughter, probably 65 years of age, stood next to her quietly, while the broadcaster,…

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The Moral and Scientific Opposition to GMO's

The Moral and Scientific Opposition to GMO’s

Pathways to Family Wellness, Summer issue #58, Article Summary and Talking Points:  Perdue University president Mitch Daniels recently claimed in an opinion piece in the…

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Perennial vs. Annual Farming

Perennial vs. Annual Farming

By Sam Fisher While last week’s e-news article dealt with the nuts and bolts of grass farming, this week we’ll discuss the difference in the…

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