Dr Bret Wilson
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Get a Grip on Wrist Pain

Our modern lifestyle is hard on the wrist and hands. As our lives become more sedentary, our hands work harder as our feet work less. Work, home and leisure activities include gripping, repetitive motion, finger and wrist flexion, prolonged positions with the hand closed in a fist. Gripping a steering wheel, computer activities, texting, use of tools all create wrist stress. Over time and repetition, these activities can result in weakness of the hand, numbness or tingling in the hand and fingers, grip weakness, pain of the hand wrist and arm. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Lets Work on the Right Thing

“Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do, than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails." - Mark Twain Click here for the full article.
Boomer and the Babe
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No Thank You or Kiss Off

We who write e-newsletters for the most part are doing so to disseminate what we hope is legitimate information. It is certainly the case that many of us are also trying to gain the attention of someone that is a potential customer for our service or product. That being said, I also understand that we all get a shload of crap emails. The question is what you do with the emails you receive. Is it SPAM or is it possibly good stuff but just annoying due to its volume. Click here for the full article.
Kas Winters
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Create a Family Attitude of Gratitude

Attach the tree to a wall, door or bulletin board so everyone can reach it. Each family member takes a handful of leaves and writes something for which they are thankful on each leaf. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Changing Our Stories

Last month your assignment was to explore the stories you tell in the areas of health, happiness, work, family and relationships. We focused on these five areas because we sometimes have the most creative and revealing stories in these areas of our lives. As you reflect on the stories you wrote begin to deconstruct them by identifying the hero or heroine, the victims, the circumstances, who has power and who doesn’t, and the general feeling you have about the story. Did you like you stories or did you find that some parts of your stories need changing? Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall

Telling Our Stories

Last month we began our journey of “Living Inside Out”. Did you start your journal? What did you notice about your passions and your dreams? This month, we are going to focus on the stories we tell ourselves and others. Stories are incredibly powerful. They have been a major way of communicating since time began. Cultures have stories. Families have stories. Even corporations have stories. However, the focus of your work this month will be on your story. Click here for the full article.