March 12, 2012 0Comment

By Georgia Pellegrini Published March 10, 2012 | FoxNews.com   Print   Email   Share inShare4 FNC Chef and author Georgia Pellegrini In Roman mythology, the master of the hunt was the goddess Diana. She was praised for her strength, athletic grace, beauty, and hunting skills. In Freemasonry, she was a symbol of sensibility and imagination, of poets and artists. Shrines were erected in her honor; stags followed her wherever she went; she ruled the forest and the moon. I like to think that Diana’s influence has never entirely waned, that hunting was never just about men getting together in the woods. Hunting is for…

March 7, 2012 0Comment

Beyond Therapy Pediatric group is offering a parent lecturing series on Friday from 11:30 am – 1:00pm during the month of March and April 2012. The topics include: 3/9/12 and 4/13/12 – “Mommy I am Scared! Ho to get your child to try new things” This class is designed for parents whose children have anxiety for some reason: generalized anxiety disorder, separation anxiety, specific phobias, selective mutism, obsessive-compulsive disorder, Aspergers Disorder, High functioning Autism, or Sensory Processing Dysfunction. They will discuss the behavioral concepts of shaping and chaining using positive reinforcement of successive approximations. 3/6/12 and 4/6/12 – no event 3/23/12 and 4/20/12 – “My…

February 24, 2012 0Comment

Proverbs 10:12 Hatred stirs up strife, but love covers all offenses   It is hard work carrying around anger, frustration and hatred, but worst of all it makes us vulnerable. When we are angry or frustrated everything that could offend us does, only fueling that anger. Our judgement becomes clouded and often we lash out at others who are simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. We pray (depending on which denomination you are) “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us”. That is why the Lord asks us to love thy neighbor, because…

February 13, 2012 0Comment

Written By Dr. Keith Ablow Published February 13, 2012 FoxNews.com With Valentine’s Day at hand, it may seem an odd time to reflect on love gone overboard, into obsession, but to be honest, I was never much for Hallmark cards. Genuine, balanced romance and over-the-top addictive attachment actually have the same chief ingredient: the object of the emotion has to trigger core, deeply-rooted  psychological dynamics in the person who feels it.  These dynamics often reach back to childhood; they’re loose ends that the object of love seems to tie into a neat bow. So often, people who were unsure that a…

February 7, 2012 0Comment

A new study reveals that love and the heart may be more than just symbolically connected. by Nurse Alice | FNC iMag Text Size   Love is in the air as the month of February brings Valentine’s Day; a day recognized for celebrating love. On a more health conscious note, February is also known for being National Heart Month. Interestingly enough, new research has surfaced indicating that love and the heart may be more than just symbolically connected. New research released by the American Heart Association indicates that the emotions stemming from a broken heart may actually contribute to physiological changes…