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Healers focus on ways they rejuvenate

By Pamela Lannom [email protected] AdventHealth Hinsdale Hospital nurse Juliet Godar finds healing whenever she is close to water. Mark Bondarenko, who works in spiritual... — Updated 6/15/2022

 

Self-care can take many different forms

We've all heard the flight attendant's speech: In the event the cabin loses pressure and the oxygen masks drop, secure your own mask before helping others. The directions might... — Updated 5/25/2022

 

Ask an expert - BETH MURIN, COMMUNITY MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

What is the Crisis Text Line? Young people might not always be comfortable sharing their inner struggles with a parent, school counselor or coach. That is where the Crisis Text Line... — Updated 5/20/2022

 

Faith communities offer chance to renew connections

One of the joys of my work as pastor at Hinsdale Covenant Church is making our church building available for a community men's group called Men's Fraternity (runs October-February e... — Updated 5/20/2022

 

Ask an expert - DR. BENJAMIN LEVY, GASTROENTEROLOGIST & CELLIST

How can music help people feel better? "Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." - Berthold Auerbach As a medical student, Dr. Benjamin Levy had grown close to a... — Updated 5/19/2022

 

I sure miss you ... the value of connection

While waiting for my spouse's flight to arrive at the airport, I observed a woman who looked exhausted slowly walking toward the greeting area where other family and friends were... — Updated 5/19/2022

 

Tipsy Tuesday turns into Therapy Tuesday

A group of four neighbors met for a drink one afternoon two years ago, with no idea how significant the gathering would become. "Jodi, on a random Tuesday, it was sunny, all our... — Updated 5/19/2022

 

New series looks at life 'Beyond COVID'

Trying to anticipate the next turn the COVID-19 pandemic will take is exhausting. We all remember how we were going to stay home for two weeks in March of 2020 to “flatten the curve,” right? Of course, the curve didn’t... — Updated 5/19/2022

 

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