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The Stresses of Language

Written by Ganz Ferrance on . Posted in Blog

Stresses of Language

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The Kindness Diet
Experiencing kindness and acceptance is actually the best and most efficient place to start when making a change. When you can accept yourself the way you currently are (and feel that from others), your whole physiology and nervous system relax. This gives you the emotional and hormone profile that makes any change much easier. It’s basically the anti-stress formula. The opposite is also true.

Good Sleep—By Design

Written by Ganz Ferrance on . Posted in Blog

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You’ve probably heard that bad sleep is bad for your health. Actually, good sleep is the foundation of good health, high productivity, good relationships, and your ability to manage stress. Good design in your bedroom and your home can make sure it’s not only beautiful and functional, but is also set up to support your best sleep possible.

A Stress Fractured Heart

Written by Ganz Ferrance on . Posted in Blog

amandaleavesHow often have we watched mothers put everything aside to raise and care for their children only to be exhausted and easily irritated?  These mothers that want nothing but a good life for their children sometimes turn out to be the biggest stressor in their children’s lives.  Add the stress from her workplace, elderly parents, or possibly even single parenting and you have a recipe for a health disaster. All these things come back to rest on the mother the most and science has proven this time again. Not too long ago the MailOnline published an article about women and heart disease. Did you know that Women are at a greater risk of experiencing heart disease due to stress than men? Their article, “Stressed? You’re more likely to suffer heart disease from it if you’re a woman, has all the facts you need to know this is a serious issue.

The Invisible Rule Book

Written by Ganz Ferrance on . Posted in Blog

profilepicHave you ever felt as though you were living by someone else’s rule book?  You have probably never seen the book.  It keeps just out of your reach in some obscure alternate reality but somehow still seems to have control over your life.  The truth is, I’ve never seen this rulebook either, but we have all certainly felt the effects of its invisible writings.  Not a single person on this earth can say that they have never been affected by this invisible rule book, not even me. Believe it or not even I have often sought the help of therapists to help overcome obstacles.  After all, if we don’t have the core emotional foundation to apply the decision it is very difficult to put into practice.  As I mentioned before, it is nearly, if not entirely, impossible to change something that we may not even be aware is affecting us let alone be able to produce the solution and implement it all on our own.  Even professionals need help stepping outside of themselves to evaluate their relationships, life circumstances and emotional well being.  I still have therapists and professionals in my life that help me move forward faster in my life.  It is through embodied experience, not just head knowledge, that I share the Cascade of Care model with you. At the point when we realize that the invisible rule book can only affect us if we let it, things begin to shift.  Many of these changes will be for the good but sometimes the changes can lead to difficulties, particularly within the relationships that we have lost ourselves in.  These relationships can be with extended family, friends, even marriage relationships.  When we start to implement our Cascade of Care and set our boundaries we sometimes need to leave those relationships.  It is what is best for the other person as well as for us. If we want to move forward we have to live by our own rule book, not the invisible rule books of others.  We need to set boundaries and be consistent with them.  This will lead to some difficult decisions but, with the right help, we must make those decisions and stick to our boundaries.