Bearing witness to the mayhem in Ferguson, Mo., last week left most Americans feeling heartsick. Today, as we assess the physical, social, economic and spiritual
My morning hikes into the canyons of Torrey Pines State Beach often take the form of a walking meditation. As I trudge up the hill
We tend to go through “coping cycles” in times of adversity. There’s a time for holding things together. And a time for falling apart. Holding
Almost all of us have a history of hitting brick walls at some time in our lives. We find ourselves feeling confined, stuck, and trapped.
(AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) Before we turn to the next bout of week-long breaking news on CNN, emotionally disassociate from what happened in Ferguson, flail with
“As Free and Independent States … we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our Fortunes and our Sacred Honor.” — The Declaration of Independence
The false promise of revenge is that hurting or killing someone will satisfy our deepest sense of grief, loss and violation. Revenge and retribution masquerading
When faced with a severe tragedy, particularly the loss of a loved one, we must live by an honor code to survive. In my work
I remember how time stopped when my phone rang on March 27th, 1996, EXACTLY 18 YEARS AGO TODAY. My daughter, Jenna, had been in “a
By Dr. Ken Druck and Lisette Omoss, CC Something’s wrong. You can feel it in your gut. Or your heart. Your relationship is off track. Broken.