Chronic illness has a way of intensifying winter. The cold harsh reality of a broken body and broken relationships can wear as thin as a windbreaker in a roaring blizzard. Finding warmth, joy and wholeness is a challenge during a numbness that never seems to thaw. The chill of winter reminds us to “chill” in the numbness. Even snowmen eventually thaw.Continue reading Feeling the Chill of Winter During Illness
Psychology of Eating
Maribeth Baxter, CLS is featured on Institute for the Psychology of Eating website.
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