Certain complementary / alternative medicines can be very beneficial to those in pain and suffering. However, this article advises the need for some caution, and suggests questions to consider before receiving any such therapy.
Sometimes we live our lives at a fast pace and at other times it seems more important to let things rest for a while. Life is about balance; it is a case of constant fine-tuning, selecting a new path, following an old path.
Foresight is a wonderful thing, but we rarely possess it. This is the reason for this cautionary message. Sometimes it is essential to listen to that cautionary inner voice, yet at other times it is essential to throw caution to the wind. At some times you know the right path.
For your delight. This article is part of a continuing series of thoughts for each day of the year by Peter B. Giblett. The intent here is to produce a year of uplifting thoughts to assist you during the course of your day. Contributions are date focused, but not limited by the year.
Yes people demonstrate some apprehension when around a mentally ill person
Red raspberry helps from before pregnancy begins to after it ends. This is the most all-around good herb for the needs of pregnancy, from start to finish.
Sam couldn’t believe what Dr Smith had calmly said to him, “This is not good, Mr Wee, this is really not too good….”
Or More Cautionary Tales in Verse. Rhyming tales for children with a cautionary twist, circa 1900.
A little story about the effects of "Meow Meow" and how I'm prrrfect without it!