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Category: Dr. Linda Edelstein

The Best Cranberry Bread Recipe Ever

Thanksgiving is coming and one thing I am always thankful for this time of year is my mother’s fantastic cranberry bread! It tastes sooooo good, and cranberries have numerous health benefits! In the spirit of the season, I’ve decided to share this magical recipe with you. I hope you like it as much as I do.: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on November 5, 2018

For Yom Kippur - 3 Steps of Atonement

Today is Yom Kippur (meaning the day of atonement), it seems appropriate to think seriously about its meaning.  Whether you are Jewish or not, the steps are relevant because, at one time or another, we all find ourselves needing to atone for our behavior. Written by my mom – Dr. Linda Edelstein Atonement means more: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on September 19, 2018

What Does It Mean To Forgive?

In honor of the Jewish New Year, here is another thoughtful post from one of my favorite writers (and mother) Dr. Linda Edelstein. In preparation for leading a Yom Kippur discussion at the synagogue, I spent several months reading about the topic – How to Forgive. I started with the Buddhists, read some biblical material: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on September 10, 2018

The Road Not Taken

The Doctor is back! ~ Another thoughtful post from Dr. Linda Edelstein (otherwise known as mom) Many people have written about midlife, me included. My book ‘The Art of Midlife: Courage and Creative Living for Women’ was published in 1999. One of the most fascinating concepts came from psychologist Carl Jung.  Jung talked about the: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on April 4, 2018

3 Tips To Manage Anxiety

Today I have a special guest blogger, my mom! Dr. Linda Edelstein, a clinical psychologist for over 30 years, and author of several books. With the intense political climate and widespread financial mess, I think that these are appropriate times to think about managing anxiety. Whether our worries are global or close to home, such: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on March 20, 2017

Happy Mother's Day!

“My mother… she is beautiful, softened at the edges and tempered with a spine of steel. I want to grow old and be like her.” ~ Jodi Picoult

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Posted By: tcm007 on May 8, 2016

6 Tips For Beating The Holiday Blues

This post was written by my mother, Dr. Linda Edelstein, who has been a Psychologist for over 30 years! She’s got some great suggestions. Yes, let’s be thankful today and jolly next month, but the reality is that holidays are difficult for many people for different reasons. We know that SAD (seasonal affective disorder occurring: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on November 26, 2015

Black Friday Protest

The Doctor is in, more good advice from my mom,. Dr. Linda Edelstein. Read this BEFORE you begin your holiday shopping! I’ve been invited back to my favorite blog to talk about simplifying your life. The timing for this topic is perfect. We are entering a month long spree that ought to be named, “Adding: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on November 25, 2015

We Feel Different Emotions in Different Parts of Our Body

A very interesting post from my mom’s blog ‘Life Ain’t For Sissie’s’ Body Maps Finnish researchers induced different emotions in 701 participants from Western Europe and East Asia and then asked them to color the portions of body map of where they felt increasing or decreasing activity during the particular emotion. Despite the cultural differences,: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on March 30, 2014

Anxious? Acupuncture Can Provide Relief

Do you have anxiety? Acupuncture can help, it takes the connection between the body and mind into consideration. Chinese medicine is practiced with the belief that imbalances in the body can cause anger, fear, sadness, joy and worry, these emotions can cause harm to the body over time. Acupuncture has the potential to affect serotonin: Read More

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Posted By: tcm007 on January 30, 2014
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