Am I Broken or Fixed?

By Kurt Belzer I am a firm supporter of the “If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it” philosophy. What are the true confirmations of “broken” or “fixed” within our health conditions? Is it a common cold? Is it a broken bone? How about a failed organ? Is everything really okay if we can address our symptoms with pharmaceutical medicines? Are we okay to just function or should we strive to thrive? Will we leave it to the medical community to define “broken” or “fixed?” Will we choose our own answers? In allopathic medicine we see the practice of reactionary medicine. … Continue reading Am I Broken or Fixed?

I Don’t Want to Change, So Fix Me

By Lisa Duranza I think it’s safe to say that all of us reading this article are of the human species, which means we like the easy way, the easy solution to things. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. In fact, I love the idea of the “path of least resistance.” I mean, why struggle for things that we can attain easily? BUT often, when it comes to making changes or giving up our habits, we don’t want to put forth the effort that it takes, sometimes in spite of the fact that our lives are depending on it. Work … Continue reading I Don’t Want to Change, So Fix Me