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Science Mumbo Jumbo part II

Another long post. Sorry. But hopefully less technical than last week’s! What does science have to say about how mental and behavioral changes can protect me from chronic stress or reverse its effects? Lifestyle medicine In 2014, the journal BMC … Continue reading

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A bear on the loose

A bear on the loose Years ago I was solo camping in Sequoia National Park. It was a warm evening, so I was sleeping on the ground, without a tent, when a large black bear bumbled into my campsite in … Continue reading

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Finding our way

Finding our way Proverbs 16:9 says, “In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps.” At the outset of a journey, like graduating from high school or starting a new career, this is a difficult principle … Continue reading

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