Spectator or Participant?

Of course, we are all participants in our own lives. But sometimes we live life from a distance, watching it go by without making any vigorous moves to keep from getting stuck, or to reach a goal that requires some extra effort. It is almost like we are a spectator of our own lives, just… Read more »


Anxiety is the most common mental health problem for Americans. It is even more common in people with a life threatening condition such as heart disease. Sufferers often feel that they are trapped in a scary world that they can’t control. But effective treatments are available, it’s just a matter of finding something that works… Read more »

Depression and Heart Disease

We are creatures of habit. Depression occurs when we get stuck in habitual patterns that keep us unhappy. We are often unaware of the patterns, and don’t think that things could be any different. These negative patterns are formed by an accumulation of specific unresolved events. Examples are physical and emotional shocks or traumas, and… Read more »