by Don Ingwerson I think it’s pretty universal that people experience moments of fear – whether just little things like thinking some project, homework, or meeting has been forgotten, or something larger like a robbery, car crash, or diagnosis of illness.
When it comes to discussing health is tackling fear important? My colleague Bob Cummings, Committee on Publication for Michigan, is a community blogger and shares some thoughtful ideas on this very topic. Bob writes:
by Don Ingwerson A patient’s fear is an important consideration in treating disease, and the word cancer brings with it significant fear when used in patient diagnosis. That’s what scientists are realizing and why there is now a push to leave out the mention of cancer in diagnosis of certain precancerous conditions.
Have you ever thought, “Do I love myself?” “Do I deserve my own love?” “Isn’t it selfish to love myself?” My colleague Michael Pabst, from Freeport, Maine, has written an article published in the Christian Science Monitor about why it is important to remember to love yourself. He writes: Have you ever wondered what it […]
A guest post written by Anne Cooling from Laguna Niguel, California I read an article last week of a super virus that was immune to any antibiotic available today. It was of great concern to the medical field. The underlying fear behind this article has often tried to grip society throughout history. Christian healer and […]