Fear: Knowing What We Are Dealing With.

Fear: Knowing What We Are Dealing With.

By Lauren McClain We live largely protected and easy lives, but bad things do still happen and the fear of their possibility can be debilitating….

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Thinking Positively About Pain and Birth

Thinking Positively About Pain and Birth

By Sophie Fletcher, BA Hons, MA How you think can change how you feel. Today I’m going to talk about the P word. Yes I…

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The Gift Every Child Really Wants

The Gift Every Child Really Wants

By Pam Leo “My favorite part of Christmas is all the fun we have getting ready for Christmas (and the presents).”– Maggie Gray, at age…

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Where’s the Food?

Where’s the Food?

By Sam Fisher One of the most tragic aspects of modern day agriculture is the fact that most rural agricultural areas have essentially become food…

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Can Gut Bacteria Affect Symptoms of Autism?

Can Gut Bacteria Affect Symptoms of Autism?

By Casey Ames, Founder of Harkla Have you heard about the autism gut bacteria theory before? If you haven’t, don’t worry. This article will cover…

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Heart-Centered Living

Heart-Centered Living

By Lauren McClain Every November, I get sad. I don’t know if it’s the decreased number of light hours, the energetic move toward slowness, or…

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Is This Any Way to "Treat" Children?

Is This Any Way to “Treat” Children?

By Pam Leo “How come the Easter Bunny didn’t bring us good things like broccoli and carrots?” – Jared LeDuc (age 5) It seems no…

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How to Write a Birth Plan that Actually Works

How to Write a Birth Plan that Actually Works

By Lauren McClain “Birth is not only about making babies. It’s about making mothers; strong, competent, capable mothers who trust themselves and believe in their…

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Beyond the Adjustment

Beyond the Adjustment

By Joe Stoeckel For those of us who have embraced the chiropractic / holistic world, it is no secret that we benefit physically and emotionally…

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