In the spirit of helping people:
I want to revisit the topics of fitness and nutrition this holiday season.
This first part of the two-part series will focus on how a person can eat well to live well.
It might seem unlikely yet until I was 29 I was 20 lbs overweight after I received the diagnosis. Every week I would dive... Read more
The recovery strategy of establishing a tradition connects in a formal way to establishing a routine. The benefit of a weekly monthly or yearly celebration is that it is a way to anchor ourselves in a positive way in the world around us.
I've written before about culture and recovery. One tradition that my Italian American... Read more
Researchers in Finland were able to see a significant decrease in schizophrenia symptoms after four weeks of patients treated with 200 mg daily of famotidine.
This drug has been used for treating heartburn since the 1980s.
Thirty individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia participated in the study. All thirty had been on... Read more
I'm fortunate to have received a copy of Recovery from Disability: Manual of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. The author Robert Paul Liberman, MD pioneered the use of effective social skills training for individuals with mental illnesses in the 1970s.
The goal of social skills training is for the person to achieve personal goals and... Read more
I'm going to write SharePosts on topics geared to how a person can live life well in recovery. My literary agent pointed out that one of my signature strengths was that I'm able to live life well. I expect shortly to host webinars on the topics. The first one will talk about medication.
I have two holistic approaches to... Read more