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Mental Health Counseling: Whitefish Bay and On-line

By - Laurie Groh

Teas for Mental Health and Well Being

Best Teas for Mental Health and Well Being My goal this week it to find more information on tea and the mental health benefits.  Some teas help with tension, stress, sadness, sleep difficulties, even lactation and bowel movements. First I will share (and give you a link) my favorites, which I believe do have a benefit.  I have personally found

By - Laurie Groh

Yoga – My Yoga Online

Yoga – My Yoga Online. My Yoga Online is the #1 yoga video website in the world. The original online yoga studio, established in 2004, My Yoga Online offers yoga, Pilates and wellness video classes for streaming or download. Advance your yoga practice with our renowned teachers from around the world. Reduce stress, get fit, and find your balance with

By - Laurie Groh

67 Homemade, All-Natural Cleaning Recipes – StumbleUpon

67 Homemade, All-Natural Cleaning Recipes Tweet Pin It By Erin Odom, Contributing Writer After my first child was born, I started making  my own homemade, all-natural cleaning products. My purpose in making homemade, all-natural cleaners is two-fold: 1. It saves me money. 2. I can control the ingredients, which allows me to eliminate the toxins found in the majority of store-bought

By - Laurie Groh

10 Basic Truths About Keeping Your Relationship Healthy – StumbleUpon

10 Basic Truths About Keeping Your Relationship Healthy It’s easy to make relationships more complicated than they are. Published on September 20, 2009 by Barton Goldsmith, Ph.D. in Emotional Fitness 19 inShare I think it’s easy to make things more complicated than they need to be. Here are some basic rules of the relationship road that will keep you headed in the right

By - Laurie Groh

Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child

Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child Have a strong-willed child? You’re lucky! Strong willed children can be a challenge to parent when they’re young, but if sensitively parented, they become terrific teens and young adults. Self-motivated and inner-directed, they go after what they want and are almost impervious to peer pressure. As long as parents resist the impulse to “break their will,”