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    Cooking With Love
    Cooking For Love

    Valentine’s Chocolate Crepe

    Chef Kendrick shows how to make this great Valentine’s Day chocolate crepe with homemade whipped cream that is sure to be a complete hit and please any dessert lover.

    Sweet Potato Mash

    Join Chef Kendrick Dopp on our new show Cooking for Love and try this simple and tasty sweet potato mash recipe.

    Grilled Zucchini and Ricotta Flatbread

    Chef Kendrick Dopp shows you how to make a wonderful grilled zucchini and ricotta flatbread appetizer perfect for a snack.

    Shrimp Salad on Endive Leaves

    This beautiful and tasty appetizer, shrimp salad on endive leaves not only looks beautiful, but is tasty and good for you.

    Red Curry Thai Shrimp

    Looking for a quick and easy to make dish that’s sure to impress? On Valentines Day, or any other day of the year, this red curry thai shrimp dish is sure to please!

    Meditation Room
    Meditation Room®

    Moon Meditation

    Let the glow of the moon call you to your center. Just as the moon pulls the ocean to create changing tides, let it pull you from a hectic day to a place of calm and peace.

    Sunrise Nature Sounds

    Let the light of the sunrise open your mind to all that is good. As the light and color permeate your body, slip to a quite and restful place

    Sky Nature Sounds

    Let your mind wonder like the clouds in the sky. Feel the stress released from your body and disappear like cloudy wisps. Poof. They are gone.

    Guided Meditation

    Relax, restore and renew your body and mind through your own personal guided 5 minute meditation session. De-stress and discover your center.

    Sunset Nature Sounds

    Become mesmerized by the sunset as it envelops the horizon. As the light and color permeate your body, slip to a quiet and restful place.

    Mindful Living TV
    Mindful Living Everyday®


    Learn how experiencing nature can help produce mental/physical healing within yourself and also improve moods and ease anxiety, stress, and depression.

    Aging and Stress

    Chronic stress can accelerate the aging process, which in turn can cause more stress. Learn how you can reduce stress and live a longer, happier, and healthier life.

    Empty Nest Stress

    These mindful tips will help you learn how to move past empty nest stress, fight feelings of loneliness and go forward with your next stage of life joyfully.

    Financial Stress

    Financial stress is the most significant stressor we experience. This video will give you great tips on how to become resilient and overcome your financial stress.

    Office Stress

    Stress in the workplace can create mental and physical illness. Here are some tips to help you manage your stress in the office and in your overall life.

    Alter Your Life
    Alter Your Life®

    Episode 101 C – Stressors

    Watch and learn as Ronnie, Renae, Keisha, Bruce, Julie and Kevin reveal personal challenges on their journey to restore their lives.

    Episode 103 C – Prisoners

    Watch and learn as Ronnie, Renae, Keisha, Bruce, Julie and Kevin reveal personal challenges on their journey to restore their lives.

    Episode 106 A – S.E.L.F. Help

    Watch and learn as Ronnie, Renae, Keisha, Bruce, Julie and Kevin reveal personal challenges on their journey to restore their lives.

    Episode 105 C – Healing Hope

    Watch and learn as Ronnie, Renae, Keisha, Bruce, Julie and Kevin reveal personal challenges on their journey to restore their lives.

    Episode 103 B – Prisoners

    Watch and learn as Ronnie, Renae, Keisha, Bruce, Julie and Kevin reveal personal challenges on their journey to restore their lives.

  • The Stress Institute®

    The Stress Institute®, a sister network site of ours, is a center for the collection and dissemination of information on the impact of stress on health. It provides stress reduction and mindfulness training to individuals, companies, and families.
    Effects of Stress

    Compulsive Worrying Impacts Your Health

    Now, more than ever, we are worrying ourselves sick! Constant worrying eventually leads to anxiety and directly impacts your mental and physical health. Compulsive worrying stops

    How to Manage Morning Chaos

    Mornings for most of us can be chaotic. It is very important to remember to manage your morning chaos sets the stage for your entire

    Stress Effects Your Kidneys

    Stress and depression can compromise your internal organs—from your stomach to your brain. They can also have negative effects on your kidneys. One in three

    Don’t Mix Love and Stress

    Stress can create distance in your relationship. Fortunately, there are five mindful tips that can help strengthen your love life. Stress keeps you from communicating

    Stress Breaks Your Back

    When you’re bogged down by stress it sometimes feels like the world is on your shoulders. That metaphorical weight can actually be wary for your

    Stress Impacts Beauty

    Stress impacts the way you look Many of us take complicated steps in order to look younger and retain our youth. However, many of us

    Stress & Breast Cancer Risk

    Mammograms aren’t the only way to safeguard yourself against breast cancer. Studies show that reducing stress can also be a contributing factor reducing breast cancer. A

    Stress Shrinks the Brain

    A little stress in your daily life is natural, but too much stress can do your body a lot of harm. You many know that

    Stress and Digestion

    Stress can cause more than just butterflies in your tummy. Chronic stress can lead to indigestion problems, including constipation and diarrhea. Fortunately, with a few

    Stress Increases Empathy

    Stress can bring out the worst in us. In fact, stress can contribute to negative habits such as smoking, drinking alcohol, and overeating. But, surprisingly,

    Stress Leads to Diabetes?

    Diabetes is a complicated disease that affects millions of Americans—every year 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes can lead to a host of

    Effects of Stress

    Health Effects of Stress Stress is a natural and essential part of life. Our stress response is designed to protect and preserve our lives. Our bodies

    Email Stresses You Out

    How many times a day do you check your emails? You may think it’s not a big deal to continually check your emails during your

    Stress and Pregnancy

    Peace and relaxation are absolutely essential for an expectant mother. Stress during pregnancy can have serious and life-long health consequences. Listed below are three ways

    Commute Stress Hazards

    Chances are that your daily commute to work is a bit of a hassle. Running to catch that bus or speeding up to make the

    Money Stress and Death

    The Great Recession has been one of the most stressful periods of our generation. And though we are starting to recover as a nation, the

    Is Your Job Killing You?

    Many workers these days are literally working themselves to death. Whether they are trying to advance in their jobs or workaholics they are destroying their

    Stress Leads to Migraines

    Have you been suffering from migraines recently? Reducing your stress could be the cure. People with migraines experience a throbbing sensation in their head. The

    Is Stress Wrecking Your Sleep?

    Having a hard time falling asleep? There could be a number of reasons for your troubled nights. Stimulants (such as smoking and drinking) or family

    Stress Triggers Obesity

    When something goes wrong at work or issues arise in your romantic relationship, you may feel an urge to eat. This is called emotional eating

    Stress and High Blood Pressure

    Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is one of the growing causes of death in America. Fortunately, reducing your stress can help ensure that you

    Stress Impacts Your Appetite

    When you’re stressed it can impact your appetite and alter your food cravings. Too much stress can lead to overeating and weight gain. Fortunately, there

    Beware of Secondhand Stress

    Feeling stressed at work and not sure why? Maybe you’ve caught a co-workers stress. Indirect stress is a dangerous health hazard, especially at work. Stress

    The Late Effects of Stress

    When a traumatic event occurs, such as a car accident or the sudden death of a loved one, the incident often triggers symptoms that are

    Stress Ruins Your Smile

    Stress can cause indigestion, break your back, and give you a migraine, but did you know that it could also damage your smile? February is


    Mindfully Boost Your Energy

    You’re low on energy and the day has just begun. What do you do? Most Americans will start pouring a second, maybe third, cup of

    4 Digestive Health Tips

    Did you know that your digestive problems such as chronic constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, and gallbladder issues could be caused by stress? Many health experts

    Mindfully Manage Pain

    When managing pain there are medications, exercises, and even certain foods that can help, but that’s not all. A new study also shows that mindfulness

    Mindful Poolside Party Ideas!

    Nothing says summer more than relaxing evenings with friends and family by the pool. So this summer why not throw a mindful poolside party for

    Get Mindfully Prepared

    President Obama has declared September National Preparedness Month, a time in which we should make plans to prepare for natural disasters and man-made tragedies, such

    Stress Reduction

    Disaster Stress Survival Tips

    Spring is the time of year where we can experience unstable weather and the possibility of a natural disaster. Disaster stress can occur after a

    Start Lifting Weights Today

    Lifting weights can help you build muscle, lose fat and gain mental and physical strength and endurance. Lifting weights increases your metabolism and burns fat.

    Study Shows Your Heart Needs a Vacation!

    Skipping vacations put people at risk for burnout, which can lead to a state of depression and unhappiness, not to mention long-term illnesses like heart disease.

    7 Holiday Stress Triggers and Simple Tips to Help

    The holiday season is fast approaching and you need to be aware of some of the biggest holiday stress triggers. The top seven holiday stress

    Hug the Flu Away

    Yes, it’s flu season, but a good hug can be just what the doctor ordered. A published study suggests that, in addition to making us

    Wellness & Aging

    Love Gives You New Life

    Sharing your stresses and concerns with others helps the mind and body relax and renew.  Research tells us there is a positive relationship between having

    Super Grandparent Stress

    Are you a super grandparent? A super grandparent is someone who regularly cares for his or her children and grandchildren. It’s a lot of work

    Food Is Medicine

    Food is medicine. Eating healthy heals. Food regulates your moods, your sleep, and your health.  Stress and aging can be regulated by what you eat.

    Can Breakfast Make Seniors Stronger?

    Muscle strength dwindles as we get older—that’s why eating meals packed with protein is so important. While people tend to include some source of protein

    Exercise Gives You Life

    Research tells us about the many benefits of  exercise such as endorphins, in the body, which reduce stress. Exercising decreases your risk of heart disease,


35 Mindful Affirmations to Try

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Halfway Point of Winter Day

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Drinking Water Can Improve Your Mood

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