Entries tagged with “Holiday”
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And how to respond safely.
Don't let your holiday stress accumulate.
<p><em>Anneli Rufus is a frequent contributor to </em>Spirituality & Health<em>. Her books </em>Party of One: The Loners' Manifesto<em> and the Nautilus Award-winning </em>Stuck: Why We Can't (or Won't) Move On<em> examined our lives as individuals in a crowded world. Rufus’ upcoming work, </em>Unworthy: How to Stop Hating Yourself<em>, will be released by Tarcher Penguin in the spring and continues this path, addressing self-esteem. It serves as the catalyst for this blog and asks: Why do we feel the way we do about ourselves?</em> - See more posts <a href="http://spiritualityhealth.com/blog/anneli-rufus/10-telltale-signs-low-self-esteem">here</a>.</p>
My mother's birthday was last week. Because she's left ths world, I couldn't send her a gift.This was a bittersweet relief.Opening gifts almost always made Mom cry—not with joy, bu…
The cracks where the light gets in may not be immediately apparent, but they are everywhere and it would seem to be our duty, both to ourselves and one another, to find them.
How to use meditation to grow with loss.
Enjoy this bright and healthy tart for the holidays.
Get an energy boost with these Ayurvedic holiday treats.
If you are facing holidays this year with Those You Cannot Love, here are 4 helpful tactics.
What's really in your chocolate?
Here are some strategies for picking gifts that not only are relatively trigger-free, but also possess healing powers which might outlast the gifts themselves.