Posts made in March, 2013

Chronic Fatigue Part 2: Suppression and Expression

Posted by on Mar 29, 2013 in Chronic Fatigue Article Series | 0 comments

Chronic Fatigue Part 2:  Suppression and Expression

What is suppression in relation to chronic fatigue?

There is a form of suppression in societal censorship, where groups of people seem to dictate what behavior is appropriate and what behavior isn’t. People don’t hang up banners or erect billboards to spell out what behaviors society is censoring, but each of us knows that the censorship exists and what it means.

On an individual level, censorship and suppression

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Chronic Fatigue Part 1: Energy Diversions

Posted by on Mar 29, 2013 in Chronic Fatigue Article Series | 0 comments

Chronic Fatigue Part 1:  Energy Diversions

It’s a point of neglect to talk about any form of chronic fatigue without incorporating both physical and mental-emotional contributors to it. Why? Well, human beings aren’t robots so talking about our health in a purely mechanical fashion doesn’t make sense in the way that it would for car or computer repair. To be fair, car or computer mechanics do their own form of getting in tune with the machine beyond just the pieces parts of what is being repaired.

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The Chronic Fatigue Cycle: Intro

Posted by on Mar 29, 2013 in Chronic Fatigue Article Series | 0 comments

The Chronic Fatigue Cycle: Intro

Chronic fatigue. What is it? There are many buzz words and possible causes surrounding exhaustion, including chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, Lyme disease or other tick-borne infections, hormone imbalance, adrenal fatigue, and the list goes on. But what does fatigue mean to you as the person experiencing it, and how can you figure out exactly what manifestation you’re dealing with?

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Waiting for the Pot to Boil

Posted by on Mar 4, 2013 in Health and Lifestyle, Healthy Mindset, Mind-Body | 0 comments

Waiting for the Pot to Boil

Heard the expression, “A watched pot never boils?”

Have you ever hovered over a pot on the stove and waited for the water to boil? It takes time, and somehow the time seems to stretch out even farther when you’re waiting for the change to happen.

You don’t see anything at first, and then you slowly feel the pot physically warming up. After a little while, tiny bubbles start to form at the pot’s base. Eventually, these

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