Month: February 2011
Survivors of the earthquake are finding strength within themselves, and empowering one another through emotional healing.
Parents, siblings and friends fill the pews and bleachers for Yehlie’s first communion. The family shares a moment of peace in the midst of Haiti’s general chaos.
Father Fredy reflects on how CMBM training has helped bring his congregation together.
CMBM takes the next step in creating a nation-wide program of psychological self-care for Haiti. Faculty and Haitian professionals gather together and train to be the nucleus of society-wide change.
I don’t buy a lot of stuff, but I appreciate useful, practical things that possess virtue. These spaghetti scrubs do.
This is a keeper– simple and pleasant to make, delicious and nutritious. Brown lentils, an onion, a potato, a can of diced tomatoes, garlic, chopped cilantro, broth (see previous post on magic mineral broth, though you can use any veggie broth), lightly spiced… There’s something about lentils that feels nourishing down to my toes!
An in-depth look at the role psychology does—and doesn’t—play in American health care.