The Daily Post: Game of Groans

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/game-of-groans/ Daily Prompt Game of Groans Think about an object, an activity, or a cultural phenomenon you really don’t like. Now write a post (tongue in cheek or not — your call!) about why it’s the best thing ever. ~~~~~~~~ The Zombie Apocalyptic Phenomenon is the greatest thing that has happened in the world since... Continue Reading →

Depression: Its Causes and Cures, part 1

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

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Tony Pics for SA BookOver the last three days, I’ve had 277 visitors to this blog.  This sudden surge is likely due to a reader and fellow blogger reblogging my blog. The post that piqued her interest was one I published back in January under the title “Cancer Cure and the pH Factor.”   I am duly impressed. You might find her blog interesting as well.

Let’s talk about depression and its causes and cures. Orthodox medicine treats the brain for depression. The underlying cause of depression, however, has less to do with the brain and more to do with the body — especially the gut, as we will see. The brain may control the body’s functions via the central nervous system, with the help of biofeedback through the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. But the brain is nourished by the body and is only as healthy as the body.  

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Weekly Word Challenge: Friendship

http://suzie81speaks.com/2014/05/18/weekly-word-challenge-friendship/ This week the theme is ‘friendship.’ For each of us, who we consider to be a friend is different – this doesn’t necessarily mean someone that we have known for a long time, and we all look for different qualities in someone that we would consider our friends. The blogging community is based around... Continue Reading →

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