by Simone Wright
Learning to develop and trust our intuitive intelligence is more important now than it ever has been before. According to a recent UCLA study, we are exposed to a tsunami of information that amounts to over 174 newspapers full of data per day...
Editor's Note from Natalie Jovanic: Our society has information overload. In the past, I often felt overwhelmed and confused by this overload, until I decided to tune into my intuitive intelligence to take a decision that felt right for me. My intuition helped me to let go of unhealthy relationships. Now, it guides me in all aspects of my life. Tune into your intuition to take the right choices for your life. Simone Wright's article explains you more with this natural wisdom that resides with you.
by Annie Leonard
One of the best, and one of the worst, parts of my job is being on the road a lot. I love meeting new people, learning about how sustainability issues are surfacing in different places and seeing what people are doing about them in diverse communities. Usually, these trips fuel my hope, as I see first hand so many solutions being implemented by students, parents, artists, farmers and businesspeople all doing their bit to make the world better...
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Styrofoam is one of the products we create that never really goes away. It piles in landfills and litters our lives until we are long gone. Even while we eat or drink with this product, the toxic chemicals can leach into the food...
It's back-to-school time for children, adolescents, and young adults in many countries all over the world. Once these students have returned to their classrooms, however, it’s unlikely that they’ll be learning about food and nutrition...
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The food scene is changing. Keep up with these wonderful heart-felt initiatives on changing the system of our food.
by Kelly O’Tillery
The Tarot and meditation go hand in hand. Both are tools which enable us to access the subconscious and the higher self, as well as to acquire knowledge and information from our guides and the Universe. For someone learning the Tarot, meditation is an excellent method for discovering the deeper meaning of the cards...
Editor's Note: A wonderfully clear and straightforward look at using Tarot to deepen your meditations.
by Stacy Toten
ATH Asst. Editor of Family & Parenting
The ups and downs of having a family with children can be so rewarding and then so very heart wrenching. Life's learning lessons are so intriguing that we as humans don't always understand everything we go through.
Editor's Note from Stacy Toten: Being a parent is an ever changing process from birth, to a toddler, to a young child, to a teenager. The parent should change with the child. Our relationships with our children are in constant flux. As they are getting older, we to are getting older. Nothing ever stays the same.
Family & Parenting
by Priscilla Warner
Some of the six million people in America who suffer from a panic disorder don't even know they're panicking.
They think they're dying...
Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: Priscilla had her first panic attack at the age of 15. Here she describes her process of learning how to self-regulate and heal her attacks through meditation and other healing tools.
by Shelly Phillips, MA
Teaching your child to delay gratification can help him in all sorts of ways. He will learn self-control and willpower. He will also reduce his impulsivity and increase in academic performance. But delaying gratification does not come easily and often won’t develop naturally, unless parents and caregivers help children learn this important skill...
Editor's Note: Shelly Phillips offers great ideas on instilling games that teach our kids how to control their impulsiveness. I loved the idea of implementing games to teach them to wait in a fun yet productive way. The importance of learning to delay gratification will help them as they face challenges in life and better prepare them what lies ahead.
Family & Parenting
by Gabby Marshall OD
The American Optometric Association affirms its long-standing position that optometric Vision Therapy is effective in the treatment of physiological neuromuscular and perceptual dysfunctions of the vision system. The ability to learn in school, achieve on the job, and enjoy sports and recreation depends upon efficient vision...
Editor's Note: Vision therapy is a modality often used in combination with other modalities in treating ADHD as well as Learning Disabilities and behavioral issues. A brief overview of this modality is given by Dr. Marshall who is a highly trained behavioral Optometrist.
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