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This Too Shall Pass

I was happy to be offered an ARC of Julia Samuel’s This Too Shall Pass: Stories of Change, Crisis and Hopeful Beginnings by the publisher. This Too Shall Pass If change is the natural order of things, why do so many people struggle with the milestones of life – from…

Love For Imperfect Things

I’m of the opinion that when we are ready to learn some lessons, things come our way to affirm this learning. As the saying goes, ‘When the student is ready, the Master appears.’ This year, as I’ve shared, is my year of Metta. A year in which I will focus…

Deconstructing Anxiety

Today I’m happy to share with my interview with Dr Todd Pressman, a psychologist and author of the book, Deconstructing Anxiety. Interview with Dr Todd Pressman, author of Deconstructing Anxiety Welcome to Everyday Gyaan, Dr Pressman. As you explain in Deconstructing Anxiety, everyone has a core fear. Would you shed…

The Art of Taking It Easy

Today I’m happy to host Dr Brian King the author of The Art of Taking It Easy. Interview with Dr Brian King Can you tell us a story about what brought you to this specific career path? I was recently reflecting on this. I think I’ve led a very interesting…

Namaste The Hard Way #BookReview

Namaste The Hard Way explores the bond between mothers and daughters. My mother used to chant in Sanskrit in her study before sunrise every morning. Though she died when I was 16—22 years ago—I always hear her voice that way. Off-key, but strangely hypnotic, the language both complicated and pure,…

Dying Made Easy (er)

Book Description of Dying Made Easy (er) Stories of American prowess in technology and medicine abound. And while these achievements have extended the lives of patients, they have not always extended the quality of those lives. As the older population in America skyrockets, more and more people who have received…

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