The Real Self Care: The Gift of a Healthier You
No doubt, there’s plenty to love about this time of year. But along with all the decorations, holiday cookies, and heightened merriment, there’s often a surplus of added pressure that seems to begin t...
Making Peace With Food and Our Bodies This Holiday Season
Let’s stop stressing out about the milk and cookies and start thinking about the real meaning behind the season. Read More
On the Bleat: The Surprising Benefits of Goat Yoga
The idea of caprine vinyasa — more commonly known as goat yoga — may sound a little crazy at first, but this relatively new approach to wellness is thriving. Read More
The Twists and Turns of Labyrinths
By Beau Black Rooted in Greek mythology, the labyrinth or maze holds an enduring place in popular imagination and offers practical use in recovery and spiritual practice. Delineated by stones, hedges,...
Why We Need To Thrive
My recovery as an adult child of an alcoholic, (ACoA) was transformed 35 years ago with a five-day, experiential program that changed my life. It was based in psychodrama, and once I experienced the t...
The Body Keeps the Score, by Meadows Senior Fellow Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, reviewed in The New York Times
Digital staff writer for the Books desk at The New York Times, Concepción de León, discusses her experience with trauma and her therapeutic journey in "How to Rewire Your Traumatized Brain." Read More