Happy Soul Food Friday!
“You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” — Buddha
World Health Organization & World Mental Health Day:
October is focused on mental health education and depression awareness.
Let’s take care of ourselves and one another…
The Final Act:
When Tony Bennett’s family announced he had Alzheimer’s disease in February, few of the 94-year-old singer’s fans imagined they’d ever see him on stage again. But this summer, with his family’s help, the legendary crooner began rehearsing for two concerts at Radio City Music Hall, with his friend Lady Gaga. No one knew for sure if Tony would be able to pull it off, but his family believed that Tony’s story could give hope to others struggling with Alzheimer’s. And invited us to follow him preparing for, what would likely be, his final act.
Life Stages Of The Brain:
In each stage of life, our brains morph and change. This hour, TED speakers explore pivotal chapters where the brain can either flourish or decline — and what control we might have over brain health.
Psychologists are calling upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to treat insomnia, so here are the CBT techniques to help you sleep
Simple steps towards better sleep.
Thanks this week go to all of us that practice self-care and care for others.
Even the heart pumps blood to itself first!