Monthly Archives: December 2019
Posted: December 30, 2019
Hi and Happy New Year!
I'm Abby Radcliffe, Health Journeys’ Marketing Director. As 2020 approaches, we’ve been eyeballing our top stats, intriguing factoids, and biggest changes in 2019.
Suffice it to say, a lot has transpired. We’re weary but happy. Shall we count the ways? Yes, let’s do! Here are some:
Ask BR Holiday Gift Questions: What to Get an Anxious Kid, A Grieving Friend, a Dad Facing Cardiac SurgeryPosted: December 18, 2019Categories: Ask Belleruth
Starting around Thanksgiving, we get a big uptick of questions from people who want to give something that they hope will be helpful and meaningful to someone they care about… in other words, some guided imagery. Here’s an early sampling. Unless told otherwise, we change the names to protect privacy:
Posted: December 10, 2019
Osteoporosis, which literally means “porous bones,” happens when your body can no longer make new bone tissue fast enough to replace the old. Your bones silently get weaker and more brittle until one day something snaps when you fall – or cough, or get out of a chair. Yikes!
Osteoporosis affects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men over 50 worldwide. That said, you’re a lot more likely to have it if you’re female.
Posted: December 04, 2019
I first learned about Lynne Newman decades ago, from her cousin Claudia, our tech goddess at the time. When I think of how to describe Lynne, what comes to mind first is that she’s a very special and beautiful person, and so uniquely kind, I don’t know anyone like her.
Lynne would probably say her guided narratives come from ‘Guidance’ with the capital G. I would just say her material speaks to the hearts and souls of people – it’s immersive, authentic, generous, kind, and affirming, and people feel better for having listened to it. She has a dedicated following. Lots of people just get all 5 of her audios, because they feel like they’re being blessed as they listen.
Below is Lynne's story in her own words (or most of it – she’s lived through a lot, and it’s a miracle she’s walking and talking, let alone working as a happy, successful and beloved counselor.