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Why are headaches so common, and how can they be so debilitating? Most headaches are grouped under the term “cervicogenic headache,” meaning that the primary source of the headache is Why we get bad headaches coming from the cervical spine. Whip lash injuries, disc diseases, and progressive arthritis can cause long lasting headaches. The cervical spine would need to be treated to reduce the head pain associated with these causes.

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resilience and learning it
Last week during a heat wave, I was seriously drooping.  Just walking to my car in the sun knocked me out. Prior to the first mutiple sclerosis episode 32 years ago, heat wasn't an issue.  Since then,  I melt in heat and my function drops dramatically. But here's the thing:  once I'm in a cool place, I cool down and feel fine (or at least better). Lovely.  My body is still resilient, that way, after all this time. I hadn't noticed resilience in myself until I'd lived with illness for a decade.  When I recognized it, I sensed this would help...

perspective on lifeDo you find yourself pondering on your essential approach to life?  Probably it's not a daily recurrence (or I hope not).  But this thought could be helpful if you're engaged in trying to change some deeply rooted patterns.

To recognize everyday courage, it helps to distinguish the various facets of courage. There is physical courage (the one our culture identifies with the most), political courage, leadershipcourage at work courage, moral courage, and personal courage, to name a few. Some of us manifest certain types of courage well but come up short in other areas. In this article, I will expand on the concept of spiritual courage, and how it works to become an inside job both at work and home.

This year over 1.75 million college students walked across the stage to pick up their7 tips for college kis moving back home diplomas. Seniors everywhere were excited to graduate as parents were thinking about words of wisdom to impart. With the scarcity of jobs and large school loans due, it’s going to be harder than ever for these kidults to engage in adult roles. If your brand new graduates are boomeranging back home, here’s some practical insight to share with them: