Health

FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – Honoring our humanity

Human, unlike animals, are at the top of the food chain. We are capable of reasoning, persuasion, complex communication, speech, intelligence, decision making, conflict resolution, love, loyalty, character, creative problem solving, managing time, relationships, emotions, and finances. Everyone has their own unique set of beliefs and opinions. Humans can be builders or destroyers, givers, or …

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FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – Secrets of loving well

I recently returned from the 12th Annual National Alliance for Relationship and Marriage Education (NARME) Summit hosted in Salt Lake City, Utah. Hundreds of practitioners and researchers in the relationship development, marriage and fatherhood space listened to national speakers and attended three days of phenomenal workshops to learn the research regarding emergency responder families, blended …

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Patients, researchers, and advocates build community through ribbons

Key stakeholders in the lung cancer community will be gathering for a White Ribbon build on July 9, 2022 at 9572 E. Lake Circle, Greenwood Village from 10:00am-3:00pm to raise awareness about research treatment breakthroughs, early detection, and tangible hope for those impacted by the number one cancer killer.  Event participants include Dr. Debra Dyer, …

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FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – Asking the right question

If asked, “What do you want out of life?” most people would say health, happiness, a great job, family, friends, a nice house in a vibrant community, and success. These answers are common. A more interesting thought-provoking question is, “For what are you willing to struggle?”  Of course, everyone wants an amazing job, and financial …

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FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – Some things are better in private

Many laws across the country outline that sexual expression be done in private. Social norms of the past have reflected that sexual talk remain private. Most of us believe that children should be shielded from explicit sexual images. This is one of the areas we value as civilized behavior and human dignity and worth. After …

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FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – Stronger brains, healthier nation

Attending a brain architecture conference, I learned early childhood experiences affect the development of brain architecture, providing the foundation for all future learning, behavior, and health. As a weak foundation compromises the quality and strength of a house, adverse experiences as a newborn, toddler and preschooler can impair brain architecture, with negative effects lasting into adulthood. …

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