CoSozo Living

July 2013
July, 2013
Your Standards
What are your standards for yourself and are they the same as the standards for others? Read Dr. Jill Castro's feature article this month about that topic and learn more!

In this issue

Squinting from the harsh grocery fluorescent lights, "bleached-enriched" comes into focus as I stand in the baking aisle.
Body image issues are more painful and debilitating than people really give them credit for.  When a person is uncomfortable with their body the problem is… they are stuck inside of it the entire day!
Today it seems that every second person has high blood pressure, asthma, allergies, IBS, headaches, insomnia, sleep apnea, snoring, depression or anxiety.

If you had told me several years ago that my sexuality related in any way to my personal growth and achievement in life, I would have politely smiled, nodded, and changed the subject.
 
“It is far more important to know the sort of person the disease has than to know what sort of disease the person has.”
    -Hippocrates
 
Numbers don't lie. According to the American Cancer Society, 76,250 people will be diagnosed with a form of skin cancer in the United States this year.
The primary goal of having a personal Reiki practice is the discovery of an inner peace so beautiful and calm that we no longer react to life's stresses, we simply act out of love.
Welcome to summer in full force! This month we're talking about emotional health with a great lead in by feature columnist Dr. Jill Castro.
Our children learn what they live.
Eat like a champion, to feel like a champion!

Families kicked-off the summer season just two weeks ago on Memorial Day with barbeque, time on the lake, camping trips and a weekend spent with friends and loved ones.  It can be easy to forget, amon
In my clinical practice, I have seen a wide array of relationship problems.
Actually, it is not about “Letting Go” at all, because if you “let go” you may miss out on the most important opportunity and Gift of your Life…
 
Effective treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) requires an in-depth understanding of the disorder and the nuances that can impact treatment outcome.  

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