- Pegeenscouted1 hour ago
The absolute best health care I have ever received was when I discovered Functional Medicine. It is a doctor/or practitioner who diagnoses your problems based on symptoms and excellent laboratory testing( urine, saliva, stool). When the results come back, the treatment is high grade natural vitamins and herbs. Diet, exercise and some form of meditation is also prescribed - a total body/mind/spirit approach. The big drawback is that insurance companies do not cover such doctors. And it’s expensive. Our entire medical system needs a radical overhaul. We need to think prevention!
- Pegeencommented1 day ago
I love being married and having children (and son in law). I consider all 4 my best friends. Can’t imagine my life without them.
- Pegeencommented4 days ago
WOW, this will be something that all partners will be reading to their significant others. I feel it’s that universal. There were several “glass by the kitchen sink” scenarios that ended my first marriage. This article really hit home for me.
- Pegeenscouted5 days ago
This is all so overwhelmingly sad. I feel for the parents and kids - a really really difficult problem.
- Pegeenscouted5 days ago
I have been very fortunate to have really close friends throughout my life. Many that began when I was just a kid. As I read this article, it made me pause and consider the devastation of loneliness. I can choose to be alone - a huge difference.
Seaside Heights will always be in my heart. It’s where I vacationed as a kid and owned a rental business with my first husband. We raised our own children there. It’s certainly a challenge to change a party reputation but not impossible. I look forward to venturing over there to see how things unfold myself. It’s truly a magnificent stretch of white sandy beaches, ocean and boardwalk.
- Pegeencommented1 week ago
Absolute hopelessness. Tragic beyond imagination.
Truly unbelievable and outrageously inspiring! What parents this young woman had. And now she is that to so many others. Wow, the Dandelion Affect, for sure.
Both my mother and aunt died under hospice care. I was a hospice volunteer myself. My respect and admiration for this agency is huge. They bring such compassion, dignity and respect to the end of life experience. What amazing individuals.
Fascinating. The ocean scares me with all that is possible to be contained within it. From the beautiful, such as this dragon fish, to the deadly. Ever since Jaws, I have not had peace of mind.
My very first job while in high school was working part time at an office. It’s where I learned to drink coffee and run a mimeograph machine which is now obsolete. It was a lot of fun but perhaps only because it was temporary. For most of my adult life I was self employed.
My entire body deeply felt these words of pain. Unimaginable.
Compelling read, layered and thought provoking.
Beautiful story and a reminder to be kind - always. Makes such a huge impact.
Compelling read even the second time around. Just brilliant. I would love to know what the graduates thought about Wallace’s words. And the parents!
Gorgeous and painful.
The biggest take away here is - get out of your own perspective.
This article pleasantly surprised me. I am not a religious person but I was very impressed with both Rabbi Leder and Father Matin’s responses. In using Easter and Passover as the template, they extracted very practical and meaningful ways to live your everyday life in a more extraordinary way. Loved this!
Really solid advice.
What’s interesting to me, is that there is nothing new here. You would have to be living in total isolation not to know that breathing is the single most affective, natural and free way to find relief from stress. But how many actually do it? Results are always in the doing.
What an interesting individual and life. Loved his poetry, especially A Brief For The Defense, Waiting And Finding, Michiko Dead and Alone.
LOVE this! What inspiration - and Truth!
It would have been so much more dramatic to have a before picture of Zelenskyy but his suffering was that obvious not to need one. Certainly brought tears.