Pain Archives - Healers Magazine
An abstract collage showing a woman in space craddling a gold planet.

Reading Time: 3 minutes This edition of Healers Magazine, Health vs. Healing: From Prevention to Intervention, was supposed to be released exactly one year ago—let’s start there. Those of you have been with us for some time already know that 2019 brought us technical challenges of epic proportions. We cleared each hurdle, thanks largely to one of our first […]

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A photo of a woman in a cave looking toward the light coming from the opening.

Reading Time: 4 minutes I have been meaning write about my perception of the darkness for quite a while, and have written a few poems about it. Now it’s time to try prose! The catalyst comes from reading last week’s Healers’ posts on vulnerabilities, diagnoses, shadows and water. I enjoy nature in the dark, the mild air and sometimes […]

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A bright drawing of a man with portraits of various people in the background.

Reading Time: 5 minutes “Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” (Dalai Lama) Nowadays we live in a very individualistic world, a society driven by ego, prestige and status. It’s all about “what’s in it for me” and how to get the best for “me, myself and I,” whether it’s in a materialistic, educational […]

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Disclaimer: In this article I discuss “feelings,” but am not alluding to any clinical terms of diagnosis. What I refer to are different from situations that have reached the clinical level and need proper medical care. You define your own identify when you feel “bad” because you struggle to cope with “feeling” depressed, stressed or […]

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A painting of a woman's torso propelled by windmill wings, looking introspective and content.

Reading Time: 3 minutes How often do you put your happiness and self-worth in the hands of others? Do you even realize when you’re doing it? If you constantly seek validation from others, as your sense of achievement is totally built upon others’ opinions, you only feel good about yourself when you receive recognition from others; otherwise, you keep […]

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An abrastract drawing with a line down the middle - dark themes to the left and light themes to the right with a detached smile.

Reading Time: 3 minutes At some point in our lives we will all feel enduring pain, whether it be from the smallest paper or the loss of of one’s greatest love. We all experience this signal from our bodies that something’s not right. When you stub your foot, your foot is not at ease. When you lose a loved […]

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A painting of a woman relaxing on a sofa.

Reading Time: 4 minutes “Relax. Just do it.” It’s easier said than done for the majority of the world population that is living in a globalized, stress-based society. Stress is one of the biggest modern epidemics and its damaging effects on people’s health and immune system are widespread all around the planet. With the immensely increasing number of burn […]

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A portrait of a red-headed woman with her eyes shut introspectively.

Reading Time: 4 minutes To know if you are stressed, let’s take time to understand what stress is. In my Certified Stress Management Consultant seminar, my teacher, Dr. George Bien, says it best: “Stress is response to change!” I’d like to note that there is positive stress and there is negative stress. Positive stress stems from things that challenge […]

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A portrait of an unpleasant-looking man with green hair.

Reading Time: 2 minutes The question often asked by outsiders is, “why do you accept this type of behavior?” They assume that if it were them, they’d have left the moment it started. What they fail to realize is that narcissistic abuse is normally a gradual process. Abusers want their victims to accept the harshness as part of our […]

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An abstract mainting with light colors and a figure representing a person in the foreground.

Reading Time: 4 minutes I was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) on April 26, 2007. I received one year of chemo and one month of radiation. Undergoing both treatments simultaneously was not easy. With chemo, I lost my hair. My appetite evaporated. It made me felt nauseous and would indeed cause me to throw up. When I was getting treated […]

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