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Counseling, Coaching, Psychology, Therapy

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month


Consider this a ‘don’t let this happen to you’ post. As a skin cancer sufferer, I wanted to share this information with you. I have had three basal cell carcinomas surgically removed in the past few years. You can read the details on my Page Skin Cancer Facts and My Three Skin Cancer Surgeries in […]

http://guysandgoodhealth.com/2016/04/27/may-is-skin-cancer-awareness-month/

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Why You Should Have More Empathy – Wall Street Journal


“Sensitivity to other people’s emotions helps relationships; you can learn to be better at it,” the Journal says in the item by Elizabeth Bernstein. In what seems like another life, back when I was going through marriage counseling, I learned that I needed to have more empathy to improve our relationship. Empathy is defined as […]

http://guysandgoodhealth.com/2016/05/05/why-you-should-have-more-empathy-wall-street-journal/

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Fitness Fun


I am looking out my window at a glorious sunny May Sunday morning. I hope you have a similar situation. Thought you might enjoy these:   Tony

http://guysandgoodhealth.com/2016/05/08/fitness-fun/

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You Should Walk More – Infographic


I am a firm believer in walking as an exercise for good health. Although I ride my bike nearly daily and love it as well as the exercise benefits I derive from it, biking is not weight-bearing exercise. Walking is. Your bones benefit from walking,  so you are defending yourself from osteoporosis with every step. […]

http://guysandgoodhealth.com/2016/05/21/you-should-walk-more-infographic/

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