Category Archives: Wise Beyond Struggles

Benefits from Curry

Benefits from Curry

Do you like curry? I wasn’t a fan of curry when I first started trying it. However, I was first introduced to the world of curry through red curry stew. It wasn’t until I discovered green curry via some Thai food in Ireland that my love of curry world opened. If you haven’t added curryRead More

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Tips on how to play with your baby

Tips on how to play with your baby

Playing is one of the best things you and your baby can do together. Play is how babies develop a sense of themselves and their place in the world. Here are a few tips for fun games you can play with your baby. Shake the rattle Fill empty water bottles with interesting and colorful “objects”Read More

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Recipe for Cauliflower, Your Kids and Family Will Eat/LOVE

Recipe for Cauliflower, Your Kids and Family Will Eat/LOVE

Do you like curry? Do you like cauliflower? I wasn’t a fan of cauliflower until I discovered this way of roasting it to eat. Now I cook and serve it monthly! The reason why I started eating more curry and cauliflower, in addition to some other diet additions, was that I had developed ovarian cystsRead More

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Female friendships are good for your health

Female friendships are good for your health

Sent by a friend: In an evening class at Stanford the last lecture was on the mind-body connection – the relationship between stress and disease. The speaker (head of psychiatry at Stanford) said, among other things, that one of the best things that a man could do for his health is to be married toRead More

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Earthquake in Turkey

Earthquake in Turkey

Today, rescuers in Turkey pulled a 2 week year old baby, along with her mother, both still alive, from the debris and rubble, some 47 hours after the massive earthquake hit. This touched our hearts and hopes for others being found. The rescuers started applauding as the baby was removed from the rubble and wrappedRead More

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Brain Development in Children

  An added comment from our supporting Neurologist, Dr. Steve Kirk  It used to be argued that the plasticity of the human brain diminished to essentially zero, in other words became completely set, by the time we were adults. This theory has been absolutely turned on its head by the progressive, continuous research of neuroscientistsRead More

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Our Hearts in Norway

Our Hearts in Norway

As we adventure into the beginning of our blog, we want to dedicate our very first post to the people in Norway but especially the parents and children in Norway affected by this recent tragedy. Our hearts are heavy for them. As moms, we can’t even begin to imagine what they are going through butRead More

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