Monthly Archives: December 2015

Learning to Fish – My Evolving Beliefs on Health Strategies

By | December 24, 2015

As I begin, I should mentioned that I just noticed the significance of this “learning to fish” idea being used on a post dated December 24th, Christmas Eve. It wasn’t an intentional Christian reference, for good or bad, but it is a neat coincidence. Nevertheless, whatever one’s viewpoint on religion, I think we can all… Read More »

My Love for Female Singers…Explained by Polyvagal Theory

By | December 8, 2015

I had an “Ahah!” moment today, one that may not seem like much from the title, but between the lines it has more significance than it may seem. It may be a key insight into the nervous system, the up and coming new frontier upon which an important battle wages in the fight for maximizing… Read More »