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pain

A Yoga Exercise To Ease Hip & Back Pain

Ever get a pain in your side hip, hip flexor, lower back, not quite-sure-area-around-there, and out of seemingly nowhere, it starts to hurt to forward...

Heidi Kristoffer
July 17 2014

5 Steps To Get Out Of A Bad Relationship

A few years ago, I was dating a much younger man who, for a plethora of reasons, I shouldn’t have been dating. I felt insecure about my age and...

What My Friend's Death Taught Me About Grief

On September 4, 2012 my beautiful friend Emma died tragically from a deep vein thrombosis. She was 35, and seven weeks pregnant.

Joanne Fedler
July 16 2014

5 Surprising Ways The Place You Live Affects Your Health

In late 2007, I left a well-established career as a physical therapist working with Olympic athletes and my lifelong home in Adelaide, Australia, to...

Matt Riemann
July 8 2014

How Yoga Helped Me Heal From Sexual Trauma

I am a survivor of rape and sexual assault. I let the trauma stay lodged in my mind and body for years, allowing it to fester and act itself out in...

Jody Mello
July 7 2014

This Is The Biggest Relationship Mistake You Can Make

I dedicated my twenties to making relationship mistakes. I did a little thing I call relationship overlap (it sounds better than cheating, doesn’t...

Sandra Bienkowski
July 5 2014

A Widow's 3 Secrets For Curing A Cryover

“I thought you’d look worse” wasn’t the kindest thing I heard in the months after my 40-year-old husband died of a sudden heart attack, but it wasn’t...

What Your Cravings Are Trying To Tell You About Your Emotions

I was just back from meeting with my divorce lawyer, and I wanted a chocolate chip cookie. A big one. One of those cookies that’s as big as your face,...

Alexandra Jamieson
July 1 2014

The Best & Worst Sleeping Positions (Infographic)

Sleep is a tricky subject. How much should you get? Is it better to sleep on your side or on your stomach? What position makes you more likely to...

June 30 2014

7 Things Being A Professional Ballerina Taught Me About My Body

As a child I knew I was different. I would fall asleep at night listening to Chopin and Tchaikovsky, and draw versions of the tutus I wanted to wear...

Stephanie Burg
June 28 2014

3 Ways To Stop Swimming In Your Own S***

Have you ever seen fish in a dirty tank? They look droopy and dull and float around like they have shackles strapped to their fins. Their energy is...

John Kim, LMFT
June 20 2014

What I Know About Healing Chronic Pain From 29 Years Of Treating Patients

There are over 100 million Americans suffering with chronic pain. Unfortunately, we're not that great at treating it.

Gary Kaplan, D.O.
June 19 2014

Why People Cheat: A Couples Therapist Explains

Couples therapist, clinical psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Sue Johnson speaks at MindBodyGreen's wellness summit, revitalize, about why...

June 17 2014

9 Spiritual Principles To Make You More Creative

Creativity, like any other skill, can be nourished. It's important to remember, though, that it takes time and dedication to tap into your inner...

Joanne Fedler
June 15 2014

3 Skills To Take Your Meditation Practice To The Next Level

No matter what meditation practice you do, you want to make sure your practice is both restorative and strengthening. It’s easy to get caught in a...

Julianna Raye
June 14 2014

How To Have A Healthy Relationship When You're Chronically Ill

Many distraught individuals suffering from serious illnesses have spilled their hearts to me. For the vast majority, their fading romantic ...

Shelley M. White
June 10 2014

How I Went From Weighing More Than 300 Pounds To Exercising Every Day

Experiencing pleasure — at least, the absence of pain — was always my priority. But taking my pleasure first often guaranteed I’d deal with pain...

Kelly Coffey
June 3 2014

3 Tips That Lead To Lasting Weight Loss

I spent years struggling with my weight. During these years, I learned about healthy eating, and even with eating all organic foods and finding the...

Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
May 30 2014

Why Opening Your Heart To Vulnerability Will Change Your Whole Life

When I find myself most vulnerable, I allow myself to drop the armor protecting my heart so that I can feel what's underneath, which often is sorrow...

Rebecca Butler
May 24 2014