Monthly Archives: July 2009

Live Long and Prosper

The quality of our connection to one another is the #1 determinant of how long and how well we live. Science first learned of the biological power of relationship back in the early 1960’s from the people of Roseto, Pennsylvania.  Since … Continue reading

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Peace On The Inside Makes Us Larger Than What’s Happening Outside, Even In This Economy

A Dialogue between Don and “Joey” Joey: You said in one of your blog posts that stress is mostly “fearful thinking that stirs up a perception of threat, often where no real threat exists.” Right? Don Joseph Goewey: Right. Joey: … Continue reading

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The Most Powerful Healing Force In The World – Part 1

Part 1: The Science Behind This Statement Is Extensive Robert Sapolsky of Stanford relates a story about a boy from a psychologically abusive setting, who was hospitalized with zero growth hormones in his bloodstream. Chronic stress had completely shut down … Continue reading

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The Most Powerful Healing Force In The World – Part 2

Part 2: The Three Indispensable Conditions for Positive Relationships Carl Rogers formulated three indispensable conditions that must be present to create a climate of growth and resonance in a relationship. These conditions apply in any and all relationships, whether it … Continue reading

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