In the Media!

While I run across many pieces each week which I feel you might enjoy as a Thriving Practitioner and Thriving Individual this particular piece could not have been broadcast at a better time ~ just as this newsletter was being put together! Take a listen if you have a...

Risk Management and Thriving Practitioners

About a year ago I went off to an excellent presentation given by Bruce Hillowe, who is not only an excellent speaker and attorney but was also trained as a psychologist. This is a unique and extremely helpful combination for those of us who work as Thriving...

Resilience: Why We Need it to Thrive

What is it that allows some to do well in the face of significantly difficult circumstances while others shrivel up and don’t move forward? Turns out it is resilience. Resilience is considered an essential quality, which allows us to bounce back from personal and...

The Art of Wonder

Hard to believe but true; as children we have a natural state of seeking out novel and new experiences, often basking in the wonder of a simple seashell or how an ear of corn has all those threads of silk but as adults we often lose this in our rush to get into the...

Sleep Issue #2: Narcolepsy

In our short series on sleep related disorders its time to turn our attention to narcolepsy which is not really the opposite of insomnia but it sure does have that initial appearance of being so. Narcolepsy is more neurologically based than are most cases of insomnia,...