Author Archives: Elizabeth Sukys-Rice

Gratitude & Wisdom

During this time of Thankfulness and Thanksgiving with Wisdom comes Gratitude By Elizabeth Sukys-Rice, MSW Can we be grateful for our challenges? According to the Journal of gerontology psychological science and social science ,series B, in the September 2014 issues, gratitude and wisdom can go hand-in-hand. Wisdom and gratitude have had a long philosophical and religious […]

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Your Brain on Truth

    Your Brain On Truth Truth Be Told By Elizabeth Sukys-Rice, MSW The Top 5 Beliefs Dispelled Most of us grew up believing certain concepts about the human brain the modern science and research has been able to prove to be inaccurate. The Brain loses millions of cells a day, these cells cannot be […]

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Healthy Communication

Open, honest and safe communication is a fundamental part of a healthy relationship. The first step to building a relationship is making sure you both understand each other’s needs and expectations—being on the same page is very important. That means you have to talk to each other! The following tips can help you and your […]

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Mindfulness and the Body – Part Four

Mindfulness and the Mind-body Connection The substantial and significant link between mindfulness and stress reduction is centered within the mind- body connection. Although Western medicine has tended to view the mind-body connection as pseudoscience or a fringe concept, this attitude is changing as neuroscientists discover and chart the neural pathways that connect thoughts and emotions […]

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