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The brain is a fascinating organ and current research continues to show the impact and effect we can have on our brains, through:  thoughts, behaviors, diet and excercise.

There are so many research studies, books and articles that show how the brain can adapt, change and create new pathways to healthier functioning. In general this term is referred to as neuroplasticity.

The psychological and medical world are flooded with research on the brain/gut connection. At the simplest of descriptions this is how the bacteria in our stomach and intestinal tracts effects brain functioning. Research shows how the altering the bacteria in our gut can alleviate symptoms of anxiety, depression, stress and neurodevelopmental disorders.

If you are interested in reading further you can look up neuroplasticity and/or the brain/gut connection and you will find many options to choose from.

Currently I have found the following interesting:

Healing without Hurting  

Brain Maker 

The Brain's Way of Healing  


The Brain-Gut Connection John Hopkins Medicine

The Gut Brain Connection Psychology Today



Relationships are complex and without guidance many fall of track.  I have found that one of the most important  ingredients in a healthy relationship is finding a way to show your partner they matter to you.  When you and your partner feel loved and respected the relationship has an easier time facing the stressors life will throw at it.

The Five Love Languages

Most Common Love Language