Dr Daniel Sadigh

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Covers your relationship with your self as well as with others. Dr. Daniel Sadigh discusses subjects such as family issues, stress, anxiety, depression, and financial success.

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Most people think of self-care in terms of personal hygiene and maintenance; however, at essence self-care is a life-time exercise that requires a great amount of understanding and attention. In this interview you will find self-care as the learned, purposeful and continuous cultivation of self in a comprehensive sense, in all areas of life. By learning, identifying, confronting, and moving beyond self-limiting thought patterns that restrict us from being our own best advocates, we are able to focus on the essential personal responsibilities of life in terms of self-care. Join Dr. Sadigh and his special guest, Kathryn Ford, the Founder and President of Excellence Institute and realize how you can address the special needs of YOUR self-care. Kathryn is a master life coach, consultant, speaker, and author specializing in health, well-being, and maintaining youthfulness. Tune in to learn about her "TOP 3 Self-Care Secrets?.
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Have you ever wondered why some people can behave unemphatic, arrogant, envious, entitled, and shameless in relation with their own family members? Have you noticed how these people overestimate their abilities and have excessive... more

The emotional, social, and practical challenges for women without children, by circumstance, is often an unspoken subject. According to Marcy Cole, Ph.D"There is a mother that lies within the heart of every woman?.Dr. Cole is a Holistic... more

Do you ever doubt your decisions? Do you procrastinate? Do you believe you deserve negative outcomes? How about feeling able to overcome challenges? Familial traits, socio-economic backgrounds, abusive relationships, levels of... more

What is bullying and why do bullies bully? Aggressive or dominating behavior is often displayed by teenagers and can continue over a lifetime in abusive relationships. Such a primitive psychological defense mechanism finds roots in... more

The knowledge and understanding of what an elder feels during the Holidays can help families make better plans. There are many questions to be asked -- and answered -- about the treatment of elders and their inclusion in joyous, often... more

To truly flourish in a healthy life filled with harmony and peace, a systematically soothing experience is necessary. The deeply effective and powerful resonance of sound, voice, and music restore emotional and physiological balance in the... more

Are You Sandwiched? You are not alone. If you are stuck in between more than 25% of American families who are involved in elder/parent care and more than 50% of American families who are taking care of their children, then you are a... more

?Autism? is a scary word for those who do not have a child or a loved one affected by it; but, for one new born in every eighty eight families it becomes a challenging reality. Understanding and accepting the developmental obstacles is... more

Today, more than any other time in the history of humanity, we are exposed to different cultures and belief systems. Rarely do we have a chance to get a glimpse into the mind set of a different culture through the eyes of a complete... more

Commitment to self, accepting responsibility for choices, and feeling confident in taking actions can only be possible if a sense of internal peace and serenity is present. Peace of mind, body, and spirit is at the core of almost all ancient and... more