By Kristen Brown Whether you need mental clarity, calming, a recharge, or some other type of mental support, Sodalite is your friend. It has so many powerful qualities that it has easily moved to the top of my list...
By Kristen Brown When you’re feeling twisty, topsy, and turvy, the power of red jasper can bring back a sense of steadiness and calm. Whether suffering from an injury, recovering from illness, or simply juggling the many stresses of...
By Kristen Brown The struggle is real . . . we are constantly being stimulated by sounds, sights, tastes, smells, and feelings. This nonstop sensory overload can create toxic responses like brain fog, indecision, nausea, and other health challenges....
By Kristen Brown Today’s world is filled with elements that drain our energy, damage our brain and body, and impact how we are able think and act at work and at home. We are constantly battling these elements to...
by Kristen Brown You’re walking along the beach or lakeshore and a stone catches your eye. This is no accident. Rocks, crystals, gems, fossils and shells may seem lifeless, but these members of the mineral kingdom are some of...
January Tarot Reading: Embrace Your Inner Goddess
by Sam Black Your feminine/masculine power wants to show itself and your inner strength and beauty wants to shine. Be cautious to not hide yourself behind false statements and question what truly feels true to you. You are hungry for more and it is time to allow your inner desires to be fulfilled. Part of nurturing others is […]
The Life and Death of an All-American, Hometown Boy
by Amy Zellmer, Editor-in-chief With the release of the book Love, Zac: Small Town Football and the Life and Death of an American Boy by Reid Forgrave, we are given an intimate look inside the diaries and journals of Zac Easter, who was convinced his increasing mental health issues were because of CTE, the result […]
Join me for a day of extreme self care, while getting clear on what you want to bring into your life for 2021!! In this 6 hour workshop you will learn how to incorporate yoga*, mindfulness, essential oils, intentions, and affirmations into helping you create the year (and life) you WANT! Connecting the mind […]
Embrace the mysteries in our world and beyond. There is beauty in the unknown and excitement in the stories that they leave behind. You are a work in progress and being a little mysterious does not make you a monster. Be true to who you are today and take inspiration from the tales that are created around your […]
This holiday season we are offering you the opportunity to give the gift of The Brain Health Magazine, while enjoying one for yourself! Buy one print subscription, give one to a friend or loved one! Terms and conditions * only your paid subscription will auto renew in one year * one year subscription for $25, […]
This Black Friday through Cyber Monday receive discounted pricing on my book and life coaching packages! They make great Christmas gifts for a loved one in your life! In addition to getting an autographed copy of the book with FREE SHIPPING — I will be donating $1 from every book sale to LoveYourBrain on #GivingTuesday […]
Navigating Changes: Shifts in Relationships After a Traumatic Brain Injury
by Dr. Jayde Kennedy-Ball, PsyD, LP, CBIS Following a traumatic brain injury, life typically becomes a whirlwind surrounding the medical, physical, cognitive, and emotional implications. We get wrapped up in treatment and attempting to piece together some semblance of normalcy. Often, the impact the injury has on one’s relationships gets buried or put in the “We’ll […]
by Sharik Peck, PT In 2019 I found myself in Australia helping athletes from three nations compete in a large track meet. My daughter was competing in the sprinting events. Our conversations are not about winning or losing; we focus on finding joy in the experience and in doing the best we can. Finding joy […]
by Amy Zellmer, Editor-in-chief A few years before my brain injury, I rescued a sweet little Yorkie from the local Humane Society. She had come in over the weekend and was underweight, scruffy, and scared. On the phone they warned me that she was mean and would try to bite anyone who held her. When […]