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We all like to see the coming new year as an opportunity to start again, to remake some aspect of our lives, to be the better self we wish for.
The symptoms of depression and the symptoms of chronic pain are wrapped together, making it difficult to tell what is what.
If we lose the power to say no, our “yes” creates a great energy suck.
The usual advice for managing stress seems almost laughable when you are dealing with work, family responsibilities, and chronic illness.
Can thinking differently about stress work to reduce your overall stress? Dr. Laurie looks to answer this question in her latest CJ column.
Would you knowingly take poison? Learn how your own thoughts could be causing you harm.
How can we have hope when we have just been diagnosed or are living with a demanding chronic illness? Dr. Laurie on "hope"
CJ Health Psychologist Dr. Laurie with an easy change you can make that can increase well-being, lift mood, and decrease stress even for those who live with chronic pain
CJ Health Psychologist Dr. Laurie on how those living with diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis may not notice or even believe their lives are courageous, but they are
For those who find holidays overwhelming, CJ Health Psychologist Dr. Laurie on how getting in touch with the rhythm of your heart can calm and de-stress you