Category Archives: Love

How Gratitude Improves Your Health!

Did you know… recent studies have shown that showing gratitude throughout your daily life is actually good for your total health.  This means that it’s CRUCIAL to practice gratitude. And not only throughout the holidays but in each and every day of our lives. Studies have shown that a positive attitude and grateful spirit can… Read More »


Our ALS Journey

My patients, my family and my friends, I want to start this by thanking each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart for the overwhelming amount of love and support we have received regarding my husband, Ayeez, following his recent diagnosis of ALS. It has taken a great amount of courage… Read More »


How To Amplify Your Love Life…Naturally!

Ladies, have you lost that loving feeling lately? Let me say one thing: You are not alone. As we age, hormonal decline and physiological conditions may be to blame for decreased sexual desire. This is something that nearly every middle-aged man or woman experiences at some point in their life. The good news is there… Read More »


14 Days of Self Love

Self love, also known as self-care or what I like to refer to as “self-preservation”, is one of the absolute best ways to care for yourself. It is not selfish by any means. In fact, self love is necessary. I challenge you to focus on loving yourself a little more this month to see how… Read More »


Undying Love & Devotion

A beautiful and touching love story of a couple that had been together so long and loved each other so much that they could not live apart…literally. After his wife had only been given days to live, Norbert, despite having no signs of being ill, passed mere hours before her. I think this couple can… Read More »


Study Finds Married Couples Live Longer

According to a study conducted by researchers from Michigan State University and the University of Cincinnati, married couples tend to live longer than those who are single.   The study found that the rate of mortality among men dropped 80% and among women 59% when married. They also found that married couples had lower levels… Read More »


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