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  1. Alone, Lonely, or Cut Off Altogether – How Isolated Have You Been Feeling?

    Alone, Lonely, or Cut Off Altogether – How Isolated Have You Been Feeling?

    Well, it’s been a whole year now since we all retreated from our normal social lives to protect ourselves from COVID-19. So, I’ve got to ask: how are you doing?

    Now, admittedly, some people are deep-dish introverts who, before this past year, never could cadge enough alone-time to ponder, reflect, absorb or process the day’s events and their own thinking about them. Those folks are stressed when they don’t have enough time away from others.

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  2. Panic Attacks Are Treatable – Don’t Think They’re Not!

    Panic Attacks Are Treatable – Don’t Think They’re Not!

    Panic attacks are pretty common – the National Institute of Mental Health estimates they affect about 6 million adults in the US alone.

    But knowing that doesn’t make it any less disturbing when your body starts acting like you’re suddenly under a life-or-death threat, even though you’re in no imminent danger.

    One minute you’re talking to a friend or making dinner or climbing into bed for the night, and the next minute you’re shaking and sweating while your stomach and heart fight over which one gets to jump out of your body first.

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  3. Partner Spotlight: LifeSpark Cancer Resources

    Partner Spotlight: LifeSpark Cancer Resources

    LifeSpark Cancer Resources is a non-profit organization that provides eight weeks of free Reiki and Healing Touch to individuals with cancer and their caregivers. In March of this year, they switched from hands-on sessions to distant/internet sessions to keep everyone safe, and added guided imagery from Health Journeys to support care and focus during and after each session.

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  4. Partner Spotlight: Akron Children's Hospital

    Partner Spotlight: Akron Children's Hospital

    Today, we’re putting a spotlight on Akron Children’s Hospital. Ranked among the best children's hospitals in the country, Akron Children’s Hospital invests in new research, designs facilities, makes their equipment kid-sized, and tailors their care experiences for a young audience — all to better serve kids and their families.

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  5. Partner Spotlight: Wings Of Hope Cancer Support Center, Extending Oncology Support Though Cost-Effective Online Streaming Pages

    Partner Spotlight: Wings Of Hope Cancer Support Center, Extending Oncology Support Though Cost-Effective Online Streaming Pages

    In our mission to bring health and mental health resources to those most in need, Health Journeys works together with a variety of partners to make sure our guided imagery is easily accessible, targeted to specific, relevant health concerns, and fits the needs and budget of each organization.

    Today, we’re putting a spotlight on Wings of Hope Cancer Support Center. Wings of Hope offers support and guidance for those battling cancer at all stages of their illness, and help to families and friends coping with cancer in their lives, serving Omaha Metro and Southwest Iowa, free of charge.

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  6. Partner Spotlight: Richard F. Garrett Trauma Solutions

    Partner Spotlight: Richard F. Garrett Trauma Solutions

    In our mission to bring health and mental health resources to those most in need, Health Journeys works together with a variety of partners to make sure our guided imagery is easily accessible, targeted to specific, relevant health concerns, and fits the needs and budget of each partner.  

    We couldn’t do it without them — and today, we’re putting a spotlight on Richard F. Garrett, MSW, a Clinical Social Worker specialist in Albany, Georgia. With over 38 years of diverse professional experience, he also collaborates with other doctors and physicians in his clinical group, Richard F. Garrett Trauma Solutions.

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  7. Having a Safe, Sane, Serene Summer Yet?

    Having a Safe, Sane, Serene Summer Yet?

    There's something about longer, warmer summer days that makes it impossible not to crave a break from rules and routine. This sentiment rings especially true this year, after months of isolation and major disruption of all the usual rituals of Spring & early Summer. I can't remember the last time I wanted to get out of my house this badly!

    And because summer is summer, there's a special collection of mishaps awaiting us once we've dashed into the great outdoors. I’m not just talking about losing a flip-flop or getting “brain freeze” from a too-big bite of ice cream. These summer health hazards can really ruin the rest of your day...or the rest of the season:

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  8. 8 Tips From an Introvert on How to Stay Home

    8 Tips From an Introvert on How to Stay Home

    We found this article in Spirituality and Health by self-confessed introvert, S. Rufus, to be really smart, fun, well written, insightful and resonant, reflecting thoughts we’ve had, too.  And because we couldn’t figure out how to improve upon it, we’re just sharing it with you here. 

    So, what are you – introvert or extrovert? And how do these pointers strike you?  


    For loners, recluses, and other solitary types such as myself, sheltering-in-place feels natural and normal.

    However scary other aspects of this pandemic might be, for us, this aspect isn't.

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  9. Get Ready for Our New Guided Imagery for Osteoporosis!

    Get Ready for Our New Guided Imagery for Osteoporosis!

    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.

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  10. Why Does Winter Make Me Feel So SAD?

    Why Does Winter Make Me Feel So SAD?

    Even the holly jolliest of us can get a little overwhelmed during the holiday season. If you slip into Grinch mode before Thanksgiving and stay there until after Valentine's Day, though, you might actually be feeling SAD.

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