Mature Ladies Wanting Meet Sex Cool Masculine Seeking Cute Horny Chats Fit Redhead 18
I also am married to an that is on life support for years and I need to lean on a shoulder to talk to or cry on. His lips are moving down from your neck. Not looking to meet but do want phone sex possibly will be into meeting later Nothing serious as I am just out of a relationship. Nope we are all here so that maybe we can find some sort of a connection Housewives looking real sex Forbing Louisiana 71106 it be friendship or more we all are seeking for something.
|Relationship Status:||Not important|
|Seeking:||I Am Ready Men|
|Relation Type:||Divorced Mature Ready Sexy Ebony|
Tired of seeking Ok I'm going to try this again. Biggest thing I'm waiting for is honesty--I'll take blunt honesty over Housewives looking real sex Forbing Louisiana 71106 any day. Waiting for a friend Hi, my name is B.
Im 5'lesbi 7in cut if u were wonderin. I'm really oral.
Right now in your town there are literally hundreds of local married women searching the net trying to find men for discreet romantic encounters. I am a 37 year old married woman. I am 5'3" tall and pounds. I have brown hair and blue eyes. My husband is away and I want to make a cheating wives for him for when he gets home. I am looking for a man between , preferably married an. I generally date men a few yrs older than me but not by much.
I cheating wives always wondered what it would be like to sleep with a much older man like old enough to be my father Send pics if you have one and describe what you look wife sex if you don't have one.
Lonely and bored married women are desperate to find someone to have an affair with. Someone to touch them the way they want to be touched, someone to make them feel the way they want to feel, someone to fulfil their sexual fantasies.
Shreveport, , LA I'm a party girl. I'd really like to try a cock in my ass first and then one in my tight pussy. I promise to lonelywives you both nice and hard first with my lips and fingers. I just got done playing wit myself but now I need the real thing can you help? Looking for guy who wants to ride for the long cheatingwifes. I have my own place and a doglol.
I was previously married, but am divorced now. I think i have done a lot in my life. You will have to get to know cheating wives Send a pic cause lets be honest there has. We are trying to determine the best way to approach this. Can anyone explain exactly what a soft swap is?
From custom head boards to monogrammed sheets, the state of early adulthood nesting has definitively progressed. This is something quite common for both females and males. Young ladies want a magical look that transcends their childhood, while keeping a bit of color tones that are familiar. Young men on the other hand want a space that makes them feel independent and impressive to the ladies while salvaging their masculinity.
This is not always easily attainable for everyone. There are so many outlets for making this happen without breaking the bank. I have my list of favorites for sure. There are at least several dozen tips, stores or websites for making this magic happen. I would like to share some of these affordable resources. Most are a hit and miss situation that can eventually evolve a space.
My favorite stores to pull together a look for less are: Going for a more industrial look? Then you might want to visit your local hardware store. Pipe fittings with caps make for great rods for wall shelves while canvas painters drop cloths can create a wonderful curtain wall.
They come in various sizes and are easily dyable if you do not wish to keep them natural. Add your favorite Ritz dye and you have a great look without spending a lot on fabrics. For extra special accessories, I like to shop the local shops. Each of these locally owned retails always have a special something that will accent a room.
Sometimes you have to splurge on that one thing that will bring you some extra joy. As generations continue to evolve so does the style and tastes.
Even in living a more technologically advanced life, we all still swoon for the simpler things in life that bring us comfort, relaxation and joy. Just as we all leave the nest we strive to create our own new nest to rest as we continue our lives. She graduated in She has spent the past nine years working in pediatric clinics in Texas and Louisiana.
Her passions include pediatric sleep and pediatric mental health and behavioral issues. She has been married for eight years to her husband Mark and is the proud mother to two children, Sawyer age six and Sally age three. She loves relaxing, traveling, decorating, being creative and spending time with friends and above all else her family.
It was a very fun time in my life. We lived near Dallas, so there were many fun things to do. We would go out on the town to nice restaurants, baseball games, travel, and spend time with our other friends. We are both in the medical field so our weeks were fast-paced and sometimes stressful. All of our weekends were spent relaxing and having fun. This fun included one of our favorite past times, sleeping.
I was trained about infant colic, reflux, feeding and sleeping guidelines. I knew how to identify problems related to these issues and the recommend guidelines for treatment. There was never a course that included how to put a baby to sleep.
There was not a course on what to do if your baby wants to be held all night or eat every thirty minutes. There was not a course on how to make your two year old child take a nap. I remember seeing new mothers for their well appointments with their newborns.
They looked tired and in a newborn fog. Are you making it through the newborn phase? Are you getting any sleep?
The Mom would unload all of her exhaustion and anxieties with tears flowing. I feel like I just need a break. He was a beautiful, healthy and hungry baby boy, and the only boy on either side of the family. I had all of the latest and greatest baby gear; the swing, the nap nanny, the velcro swaddle, the pacifiers with the stuffed animal attached, and the carrier.
I was perfectly prepared and ready to enjoy the next three months off. As I slowly recovered from his birth over the next thirty days, I started to get a true idea of what having a newborn was all about.
Our son, Sawyer, was a very gassy baby and had silent reflux. He also had an insane appetite. I had no idea a baby could drink so many ounces in one day. The more he ate, the gassier he became. The gassier he became, the harder he cried. One day in a frantic, I went to Toys R Us to look for more gear. Clearly, this expensive gear I bought was the wrong one.
As soon as we got there Sawyer decided to scream like a pterodactyl that was being killed. I felt like the ladies that worked there were staring at me around every turn. Some looked sad with a faint familiar glare, clearly indicating they had a fussy baby twenty years ago. The others clearly had no children and seemed annoyed. I felt judged, frustrated, and above all overwhelmed.
Every night was the same. We would bathe him, swaddle him, give him gas drops and feed him. He would be so exhausted from crying that he would be ready for bed at 6PM. He would sleep like a bear in hibernation, until about 10PM when we were finally getting into bed.
Within a second of my head hitting the pillow, BAM…blood curdling screeches. And it would continue every two hours, all night long. I tried feeding more during the day, keeping him up longer, making him nap less, putting him to bed earlier, but nothing helped. After several weeks of this, I hit a wall. I started reading books.
I started calling every one of my girlfriends with babies. Some moms had three babies that slept perfectly from day one. Some moms had completely given up and shared a bed with four kids and a dog while the husband slept in the nursery alone. Some moms drove their toddler around until 3AM and carried him to his toddler bed. Some moms told me to let him cry and get rid of the monitor. Other moms told me not to let him cry and to hold him all night long.
Everyone had a different story and a different opinion. Even the pediatrician sort of shrugged his shoulders and talked about how hard his daughter was. What I quickly realized is, some people really have a natural way of teaching a baby to sleep, and some people just have easy babies.
But no one had any decent, concrete advice. Everything seemed to make me more confused and feel even guiltier. I realize now that necessity is the mother of invention. But the damage was done. He had already picked up all of the bad sleep habits. I hired a nanny to help me get some rest in the mornings, and she would be keeping Sawyer at my house when I went back to work the next week.
She was a mother of two grown girls, and really seemed amazing. She quit the day before I was supposed to go back to work. She had only kept him twice. This was my rock bottom. I needed my Mom and my sisters to get me through this. There was no way I could do it alone. It took close to six months, reading every sleep book, and definitely saying some prayers, but we did it. When the fog lifted, I had created one of the best sleepers on the planet.
Like clockwork we would lay him in the crib, without rocking him and without a pacifier or bottle, and he would smile and squeal and fall asleep for twelve hours straight.
He would nap twice a day and wake up laughing. I finally felt like myself again, and I was able to go back to work.
My husband still shakes his head when we talk about how hard that was, but we made it. I started helping my friends and patients that were going through the same issues. They knew when I spoke to them that I had been through the exact same thing.
They trusted my advice and were able to solve a lot of the same problems. Two and half years later, we had our daughter, Sally. She was a good sleeper from the start, but we were ready to face any. My entire maternity leave was like a dream the second time. I enjoyed each day that I had with her, and knew that it would be over in the blink of an eye. Now, six years after my son was born, I have decided to put my experience to use. During my maternity leave, I would have loved to have a sleep specialist come to my house and help me teach my son to sleep.
I think of all of the money I spent on gadgets and gear that did nothing. I would much rather have spent it on a sleep consultant. I needed someone with experience who could easily point out what I was doing wrong and point me in the right direction. I needed a pediatric sleep guru! Nothing in my career gives me more satisfaction than helping parents teach their child how to sleep.
Through personal experience and from talking to thousands of patients, I know that every child is different. We offer in-home, phone and email consults. We take new patients seven days a week, in and out of state. We also offer group sessions at the home of your choice. We are also currently working on starting classes for pre g n ant mothers to learn about sleep techniques before the baby is even born!
From a mom that has been there let me just say that there is hope! You can sleep again. Sleep is one of the most important things we can give to our children and ourselves. Being a mom is one of the hardest jobs in the world. We have to give ourselves time at night to renew our energy and time with our partners and friends. Memberships available for every lifestyle at family affordable pricing!
Contact us to learn more. Other restrictions may apply. Contact the Club for details. Each contestant won free training and advice sessions with Mr. The contestants also received free lunch or dinner from Panera Bread throughout the duration of the challenge, as well as free supplements from Prince Harrison of Optimum Fitness, free exercise classes with Lisa Lou Fitness, a free Fitbit from Rudy Macklin,. Karen Pendleton and Dr.
The journey of fitness is always on-going, but having Super-Mann on your side makes the continuous task a little easier and a lot more fun! Janica Allen works for the Shreveport Police Department as a community liaison officer and lives with her baby girl. Janica wants to get fit to promote a healthier lifestyle both mentally and physically for herself and for her baby!
I am 30 years old, a mother and I work hand in hand with the community as a community liaison officer for Shreveport Police Department. My weight began to change as soon. I want consistency and discipline and to feel good about myself. I learned that I was my main problem. I learned more about my body type, what I can and cannot eat, and the science of weight loss.
This made losing weight easier than it has ever been before. I am looking forward to losing thirty to forty pounds more. Cassondra McDowell, who likes to go by Casie, works for Southern Ingenuity in Shreveport, which is a social service agency that provides services to individuals with special needs through several state and federal programs.
The couple are presently empty nesters, with their children Aleigha, Richie, and Nicole all happily married. Richard, however, they get to enjoy their nine grandchildren! My name is Casie. I am a 49 years old and have been overweight most of my life.
I recently was hospitalized in December for heart problems. I am trying very hard to lose weight and could really benefit from having some help in learning how to eat right and change my habits. Having an accountability partner also helps when trying to achieve a goal. Choose me for this opportunity I know it would make a difference in my life. Theudas faces daily health challenges based on his lines of work, but these challenges have proven to be awe-inspiring victories he has overcome in the end!
However, I am constantly striving to self-improve in areas that I know need improving. Additionally, I am motivated to lose weight; however, my struggle is keeping the weight off. I am excited and willing to enter this challenge and excited to see the change it will make in my life. Challenges inspire me, this one was a great experience. I always believed in myself, and now I am doing it for myself. I enjoyed the challenge I hope in a few more years I can be a part of the body building part of Fit for Life.
Robert Blount began his bodybuilding, fitness, and training career in under the professional training of World Class Power Lifter, U. After one year of working with Mr. Atlas, he began training with Mr. He spent two years learning professional training mechanics, lifting techniques, health and nutritional concepts for all body types, as well as stage and posing presentation, which were undoubtedly his most advanced training.
Olympia Champion, Lee Haney. Olympia Bodybuilding Champion is the greatest bodybuilder in the world. He professionally trained, coached, and motivated Mr. Haney for seven years to win seven consecutive Mr. Lee Haney currently holds the world record in professional bodybuilding, winning eight Mr.
He has toured the U. Since these surgeons spend a majority of their residency training performing surgical procedures only on the head, neck, and face, this expertise makes them uniquely qualified to perform facial cosmetic procedures that bring harmony to facial appearance and function. There are several types of facial cosmetic surgeries offered by Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, including the following common procedures: Common in-office facial procedures include:.
Most facial cosmetic surgery patients are forty and above, but now younger patients are seeking numerous office-based procedures to prevent the signs of aging.
You must work closely with your doctor to ensure that there is a clear understanding of both your desires as a patient and what is a likely surgical outcome. Patient expectations are not always possible to achieve, and communication between the patient and doctor is key. Please remember, these cosmetic procedures will not give you a new face or a new life, and patients suffering from depressive disorders or body dysmorphism are.
Age, Age, health, skin texture, bone structure, healing capacity and personal habits are all factors that may affect the results of your surgery. Use of tobacco products causes constriction of the blood vessels, limits blood supply, accelerates the aging process, and impairs wound healing.
It is important to be forthcoming with your doctor about the use of tobacco, alcohol, or drugs so that proper counseling can be performed and any risks can be mitigated. Although, Although, many ofmany the office-based of the office-based procedures, procedures, carrycarry a very a very low risk low risk and and shortshort recovery recovery compared compared to the to more the more invasive invasive surgical surgical procedures.
It is It common is commontotoexperience experience some some swelling,. Risk of infection is generally low. When meeting with your doctor preoperatively, each procedure will be explained in detail, along with what is expected during the postoperative course.
Any wound care necessary will also be described in detail. If you or anyone you know is interested in facial cosmetic surgery, please seek a board-certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. She is originally from Florida but has called Louisiana her home since We are dream making, budget finagling, prop building, floral obsessing, tradition rebelling, Wedding Stylists.
We are the Dreamers and Doers, so let your imagination run wild. This is all about you, Love. Physical movement has been a part of my daily living for as long as I can remember. Finding myself overweight and out of shape for the first time in my life was a rude awakening.
Devastated by the numbers on the scale and the doctors announcing how overweight I was, my self-confidence plummeted. Determined to find a path to wellness, my journey began. Many of us have had coaches or mentors in our life. Some are great, some not so good, and some can cause really negative experiences. Through all my years of competitive gymnastics and dance training, I was fortunate to encounter some amazing coaches.
I also had a very negative experience that left me struggling with my self-worth and body image. Sometimes life brings layers of hurts, weighing us down, breaking our selfconfidence, and lowering our self-esteem. Society and media puts pressure on girls and women to look a certain way.
Girls need coaching and mentors that uplift, empower, and build self-esteem. We need to honor and love our bodies, and. Through my own life experiences a seed was planted. A love for coaching developed and a passion for mentoring others evolved. I wanted to pay it forward and. We wanted to not just create a program but start a movement.
The idea for Rock Your Strong was born. Rock Your Strong is an empowering community for girls to strengthen movement, healthy habits, self-esteem, and connection. It is designed to help girls own their choices and own their life. In our crazy busy lives, sometimes we forget to focus on the real connections. We are too busy with logistics of parenting. Rock Your Strong provides a 7-Day online mentorship with some live optional components.
Each day has a different focus, discussion point, and suggested physical activity to do together. We deliver a well-planned week of positivity, self-. I have loved working with every age group from children to teens and adults to even seniors. There has always been a special place in my heart to empower young girls to walk taller, feel stronger, and know they are enough. I believe God planted that seed, and that He allowed me to grow into the role I now hold. We were at a mentorship conference for our online coaching business.
We are all moms with daughters in different stages and ages of life. We had also all been athletes. We are able to connect mothers and daughters from all across the United States through our online and in person platforms.
We form connections, new friendships, and insight into our own lives and those of our daughters. Making good choices in your life shapes the direction your life goes. I made a decision to choose a healthy lifestyle a long time ago, and it has shaped me into who I am today and how I live my life.
I chose to live strong because being physically strong makes me mentally and spiritually strong as well. So many moms and daughters need a community to find common ground with their health, to find insight into their children, to create connections with other moms and daughters, and to make time to bond with their own. One of the moms shared her experience from our last mentorship: I sure did like how it sparked thought with my fourteen-year old. I think Rock Your Strong gives you a definite motivator to connect and spend just a little bit of extra time together.
It was so fun meeting new friends, sharing ideas for healthy meal prepping, and talking about rules for our health and how we can share what we have learned with others.
I am so thrilled to bring Rock Your Strong to our community and across the U. We have another mentorship scheduled for July and August. Our live events will focus on Back to School Meal Prep ideas and fun workouts that moms and daughters can do together!
For older girls going off to college, my Fit Camp is a great prep heading off on their own. It is more than just a workout. It is empowering girls with purpose and vision through fitness, wellness, and a positive sense of self. If you would like more information regarding Rock Your Strong and how you can participate, feel free to contact me.
I would welcome the opportunity to work with you and your daughter! Your Strong and how you can participate feel free to contact me. Blessings for a healthy life! Libby has been working in the fitness industry for the past 34 years. During that time she has worn many hats from Studio owner, to running Corporate Fit Challenges, Fitcamps for kids, teens, college students, and adults to online fitness and nutrition coaching.
Her love for teaching and inspiring others to live a healthy lifestyle continues to be her passion. You deserve to feel good, have more energy, enjoy life and live inspired!
Imagine if you could help a child read. An adult succeed in his job. A senior maintain her independence. I remember seeing her for the first time and immediately falling in love with her big, blue, beautiful eyes. When Anna Bella was thirteen months old, her eyes began to cross and, soon thereafter, she was diagnosed with strabismus. The Lord, in his perfect timing, placed a service project on me--A project that would involve my family, be close to our hearts, and impact our community.
Sight is one of Lions defining causes, which is why they started the Recycle For Sight program. Throughout the year, they collect used eyeglasses prescription and reading glasses, sunglasses, and plastic and metal frames and deliver them to regional Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centers LERCs. LERC volunteers clean, sort, and package the glasses.
Recycled glasses are then distributed to people in need in low and middle income communities where they will have the greatest impact. We currently have receptacles drop boxes throughout the United States and have collected almost pairs of glasses. We would love for you to place a receptacle at your business or organize a collection drive in your community. For more information on donations or receptacles, please contact me at teatjm gmail. Engagements I Weddings I Portraits jcrobertsonphotography gmail.
Women of From darkness, there comes light. Brenda Hill shares her story of tragedy to triumph. This is Women of Diversity. My grandmother insisted that her daughter, my mother, should keep me as her child. My mother resented the fact that she had to miss out on all the fun activities for a normal teenager, and she took that frustration out on me, her baby girl. We lived most of my life in section eight project base housing. My father was not present in those formative years of my childhood because he had moved to Shreveport.
My first encounter with him was at age ten; this encounter marked my life with incredible hope, as my greatest desire had only been to know him. Shortly after meeting my father, my mother was expecting her second child with another man. My life changed swiftly with the birth of my sister. I constantly saw my mother show my sibling more affection. My sister was allowed many privileges that I was never permitted to enjoy. In my mind, I would question what was wrong with me and why I could never be a part of the family excursions.
I have always looked for a place to belong. I had once believed I had found it with my father when I finally met him. Those first few years, he gave me stability and security. He was well educated and engaged, and he had the appearance of a good life with his new girlfriend. He worked for a local. I later discovered that the only reason he had permitted me and his other child to be part of his life once again was at the request of this new lady of his.
I had a great rapport with my father as we would talk often. But, after some time, he betrayed that trust; a few years into the relationship, he began to touch me in sexually inappropriate ways. It ripped something out of me that day when I had to finally muster up enough courage to tell someone the truth. The person I confided in, his girlfriend, turned on me by blaming me for their break-up. I married the first man who promised to take care of me and love me.
At age eighteen, we moved to Germany, where he was stationed for. Two months after our arrival, he began to physically abuse me. One particular night in Germany was different. Once I was able to get up, I put on a robe and house slippers, and I ran out of the house and into the snow to get help.
I trudged through the harsh conditions to the barracks and, although the officials were informed of the distressing situation, I had to make my way back to home alone in the snow only to be beaten again for leaving. He apologized the following morning and vowed never to act like that ever again.
His promise was short lived as the abuse started up again and continued for many more years. We moved from Germany to Colorado with much of the same behavior.
During this time, I reached out to a pastor of the local church, where I had been attending, as my final cry for help. This Pastor convinced me that my husband was no good for me and helped me to divorce him. Shortly after this I began lying, cheating, and stealing as a cover up for the pain and the shame. I now found my self arrested for the first time. Who was I becoming?
The next man who wanted to marry me seemed more promising. He had a lot of materialistic items. More than I had ever had before. I thought that perhaps owning expensive possessions and dressing the right way, people would like me and want to be around me. I had a void of love in my heart… I just wanted to be loved. I was constantly accumulating and purchasing only the best, till I ran out of money. His father found out and, of course, all the blame was put on me.
Sexually abused there, I ran away only to be placed on the streets to work as a prostitute by my net man at sixteen. Now I am nineteen and pregnant with my second child while I do not know where my first one is. I walked into WOD at the age of eighteen with no place to go. I was court ordered here. For the first time in thirty-eight years, I have actually worked. Now I know that life matters. I use to wake up every day and drink and sell drugs. I got saved while here and have learned to live for Jesus.
I was excommunicated from the church. I was sent to jail for other fraudulent issues that I did not do. I bounded out and ran away in fear. I became very fearful of the lies this family had told about me. I felt like the whole world was against me. I was scared that I would be serving a long sentence away from my kids. I fled to Seattle, taking my two children with me. I began to attend regularly until, one day, I felt my heart softening and I made a commitment to follow Jesus.
No one knew where I was, including my own family. On the roads there, though, I had no money. One day, a truck driver from Texas came along and gave me gas and food for my kids. I made the long journey back to Dallas where I transferred there as a Regional Property Manager, a career. I had landed in Seattle. It was here in Texas that, while attending The Potters House, my understanding of my infinite value to God was being restored.
Although I was now finally making money and had a huge home in Frisco, Texas, the material possessions were not enough. I later returned to Louisiana to face the music. I landed a job as a Hotel Manager to make a fresh start. I was sent to South Carolina for job training, and this is where I would meet my last and best husband. By this time, I had grown in my walk in the Lord and had given up any idea of sex before marriage. Jimmie was a welder from Louisiana, and we found that we had a lot in common.
When I saw that he was a true man of God, I felt safe to get to know Jimmie as a friend. We continued our communication via emails, calls,. Even though I had told him about my past, I was ashamed to call him once sentenced.
When I did decide to call him to tell him what had transpired, it had been over a year since he heard from me. I was just glad to hear from you again. While in prison, my heart became filled with compassion for the other inmates. Prison was my bible school, this is where God trained me up in His word and healed my many inner wounds. Behind prison bars, I began to see a vison that extended far beyond my own limitations. I noticed that all the women in prison were a lot like me. They were there because they wanted to be loved.
They committed these crimes for people to feel loved because they thought it was the only way. Moreover, this cycle would continue for these ladies because they had nowhere to go after leaving prison.
They would just go right back where they came from and end up. I decided when I got out, I needed to give these women a place to go. This was the birth of Woman of Diversity! I was determined to do everything in my power to help these women get back on their feet. Instead of looking for a building, I invited these women to live at my home. My mentor, Jeannie, my husband, and myself would not only give them counsel, but also help them in practical ways to get their lives in order.
We would either have to go through a lengthy process of rezoning or move entirely. The hotel can sleep up to guests, but of the rooms are in a deplorable state. A lot of renovations need to be made. But as the building is transformed, the people come flooding in. The vision grew to also include men and children. There are currently about forty-eight women, ten men and four children on site, and several who visit their parents on the weekend, but the numbers grow week by week. Our waiting list is over as of today.
We are working hard to get the rest of our rooms ready, but we need a lot of help. The men and woman come from correctional facilities, the streets, half way houses, etc.
They are required to pass weekly drug tests after admittance, as well as agree to the restrictions placed on them during their stay at the facility. Each resident follows a strict conduct of rules, has certain duties to perform, and is not allowed to leave the premise the first few weeks of introduction into the program.
Along with the weekly drug tests, we also hold life skill classes and bible studies. Many are now joining forces to help get rooms set up as their trust is growing in the validity of the. Many of the residents say that they have finally found a place that they can call home. There are daily testimonies of lives being radically transformed. They are learning not only how to live free of substance, but also how not to make their lifestyles simply a cycle of governmental assistance.
We have done so much, but still have so much more to improve in our mission. We believe this is only the beginning of the work God will have us do in Shreveport. There are so many women and men out there, like me, who desire to live differently but just do not know how to carry it out. Stop by, visit with the residents, and see how we can help build the lives of our community together. Sponsor a room at WODla. By nothing less than a miracle and divine intervention, I walked through the doors of WOD on January 17, and it truly saved my life.
What Is Integrative Medicine? Nicole Cotter is a rheumatologist and integrative medicine doctor practicing in Shreveport, Louisiana. She is the owner of Integrative Medicine of Shreveport-Bossier. Cotter believes that an integrative approach to health is ideal. When not in clinic, you can find her reading, running, cooking with her husband or chasing her two kids. I found myself sitting with patients unable to answer a simple question that was repeatedly asked: My usual medical answer of a balanced, healthy diet all of a sudden seemed inadequate.
Medical school does not teach us these things. In a field of medicine that had so long been without adequate therapies, I had witnessed novel pharmaceuticals revolutionize. Nicole Cotter more and more concerned about what they were IMSB Integrative Medicine consuming and the effect it would have on their of Shreveport Bossier long term health.
I was also consistently asked. Yet still I was frustrated. I kept thinking that something was missing.
In addition to these life-saving treatments we as physicians prescribe every day, was there not more that I could be doing to care for my patients? Were other aspects of health, such as lifestyle, as important as the medicine we are taught in medical school? I went on a quest to learn about complementary practices, leading me to a community of physicians who are practicing something called Integrative Medicine.
This community, to which I now claim to be a part,. Not only do we utilize conventional treatments, we blend the best of complementary therapies to take care of the whole person.
We are using all the tools in the medical armamentarium, whether it comes in the form of a prescription medication, a supplement, a plant, a. Anyone can find disease. What is even more exceptional is that these doctors are bringing integrative principles to the mainstream and are changing the face of medicine. It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship between practitioner and patient, is informed by evidence, and makes use of all appropriate therapies.
Integrative Medicine is rooted in evidence, is effective, and simply makes sense for the patient and the physician. Although Integrative Medicine may make use of evidence-based alternative practices, it is not alternative medicine. Alternative medicine refers to the use of a nonmainstream approach in place of conventional medicine.
Integrative Medicine is not a rejection of conventional medicine whatsoever but rather an embracing of all therapies that are safe and rooted in science.
Why not use everything we have? That does not sound alternative to me. Hypertension, a fifty-five year old woman who has had an elevated blood pressure for the past three months.
In scenario one, she goes to visit her wellqualified, conventional doctor to talk about treatment. After a thorough evaluation in the limited time available, this doctor appropriately starts a blood pressure medication, also mentioning in passing that she should decrease her salt intake, eat a balanced diet, and get some exercise. In scenario two, Mrs. Hypertension goes to visit her integrative medicine doctor. After a lengthy discussion about her history, lifestyle, nutrition, family, stress, and spirituality, Mrs.
Hypertension leaves with a prescription for an exercise program that includes aerobic exercise and yoga, comprehensive guidance for following the DASH Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension diet, instructions for progressive muscle relaxation a. The integrative medicine approach is comprehensive, taking into account all aspects of Mrs.
This is Integrative Medicine. Andrew Weil, the physician who coined the term, has said that one day we will stop calling it integrative medicine and just call it good medicine. I believe he is right. Feel Like Yourself Again! The MonaLisa Touch Laser offers revolutionary FDAapproved relief of vaginal discomfort, itching, dryness, painful intercourse and other symptoms experienced by perimenopausal, menopausal, or post-cancer patients!
MonaLisa Touch delivers gentle laser energy to the vaginal wall tissue that stimulates a healing response by generating new collagen, elastin and vascularization. A typical course of treatment is three procedures over 18 weeks.
The party was held at Texas, and for those who have not been to the event space, you must take a visit! It reminded me of something out of The Great Gatsby- very gorgeous, very art deco, and very classy! The food, catered by Texas, can be summed up in one word: And, oh, was it so southern. Is your mouth watering, yet? It certainly should be! There was even an official greeter - a man on stilts! The event was absolutely wonderful, and all the proceeds went to the CRD No Limits Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded on behalf of a precious little girl named Rylie Duos.
A perfect date night for a great cause! The tribe is made up of our family: Everyone in our family has a part in making the trays we sell. So we came up with Tribe Gypsy for our business name. We were all thinking about Papa, who recently passed away in We reminisced about some of the things he had built and some of his funny Indian stories.
We wanted to do something to keep his love of wood working going. After a lot of brainstorming ideas over coffee talks, it started with a serving tray. Before we knew it, we were actually making lazy Susans and serving trays. You never know what you can. Some of the greatest rock bands started out in garages, so why not us?
Like rock band jam sessions, our jam sessions are sanders buzzing, saws humming, and paint flying. Our handcrafted serving trays and lazy Susans come in a variety of colors and sizes. The trays add the perfect touch to parties, entertaining, and centerpieces. Our inspiration is from our grandparents, Walter and Twyanna Wallace Jr. MeMe hand-paints each American Flag serving tray we make. We have a vintage picture of her with our catchphrase as funny conversation starters at shows.
Now, you can say we are real traveling gypsies. We say follow the smoke signals on our social media to find where the teepee will be next. Come meet our family and join the Tribe! Everyone wants that fastest phone, computer, upload speed, but not many people are willing to put in the time and effort it takes to boost the old cognition.
Processing speed is defined as the speed at which the brain maximizes the learning processes for both new and old information flow. Are you having trouble remembering passwords quickly or accessing names to link to faces of people you know at a rapid speed?
These are all signs of aging and the processing speed slowing down. As the brain ages, the load of information it carries becomes burdensome, and it takes a little longer to think through processes than it did when we were young whippersnappers! So what can be done? Boosting processing speed is much like preparing for a marathon. You know how to run or ride that bike, but you must train and gradually increase your ability to handle load and speed by practicing that direct skill.
This requires repetitive skill training and endurance training. The same is true for building processing speed in the brain. First, you must know your starting place and then you must train to boost the skill. Getting a starting place can be done quite easily both formally and informally. Informally, you can measure your own basal skill by a couple of simple tasks. One such task is card sorting. Another quick measure is by using a listing technique such as naming as many colors as you can in one minute.
Then try with another category like naming all the foods you can think of or as many people as you can name.
Take an average of these to get your basal, and then divide that by Name five fruits that start with P. Count backwards from by 3s…. Enjoy the learning experience and keep challenging your brain. For a super fun time, come join us at LearningRx with our private workouts.
We have group events once a month and private individualized sessions of brain boosting power training daily. Give us a call to get your game on! LearningRx of Shreveport-Bossier There was something about her that was magnetic. Although she seems reserved when meeting her, intuition spoke that this lady was pretty special. I knew that she was a chef and clearly lovely, but I had no idea all that she has accomplished and her passion for Southern Cuisine.
When I reached out to her regarding an interview to learn more about her she invited us to her home for a visit; for a visit and fried chicken.
I am telling you, I have never had yard bird come close to this little piece of heaven. As we sat with Chef Harris her story began to unfold. By the time we left her home, with a to go box of fried chicken and cornbread in towWe were Chef Harris fans. This woman is a go getter, with a beautiful spirit and talent for Southern cuisine that will knock your socks off. Hardette Harris was born and raised. We have our own culture. We go to our local farmers markets and cook in our own backyards foods to be proud of, and I wanted the rest of the world to know this.
We are more than gumbo and jambalaya. Chef Harris spent a total of 24 years in Houston working on both her culinary skills and working for the Houston Police Department. Soon after leaving Houston she spent four years as a personal chef in San Antonio and returned to Shreveport in to be closer to her parents.
When returning to Louisiana she began to notice something about North Louisiana that concerned her. She made it her mission to do something about it. She contacted her state Representative Gene Reynolds and inquired about making a meal official. A few weeks passed and she was contacted by Rep.
They wanted to know exactly how the she suggests the menu. Chef Harris is doing things way bigger than any typical day job.
She is also a private chef, she books food tours in the SBC area for groups and tourists, she hosts cooking parties and cooking classes for both adults and children. This is a prestigious honor given to only eight individuals each year.
This is just to name a few of her endeavors. We asked Chef Harris to share her recipe for fried chicken. I am not sure if we will ever be able to do it quite like she does, but this recipe is a true treasure, as is Chef Hardette Harris. Homemade Mayhaw and Plum Jelly Cucumber. Wash chicken and pat dry. Mix all spices in a large bowl. Add chicken and coat.
Let marinate at least one hour or up to 24 hours. Whisk flour, salt and pepper, garlic powder and baking soda together in a bowl. Dredge chicken pieces in flour mixture, shake off excess flour and set aside. Place floured chicken on plate and let sit for at least 5 minutes.
After preheating oil to , dredge chicken again, shaking off excess and lower into about 3 inches of hot oil. Fry for about 4 -5 minutes, turn over and fry for an additional 4 minutes until golden brown or frying has quieted.
Remove chicken and drain on a wire rack or paper towel. Pam and Ronnie Richmond bring a family tradition of coastal charm to life in their South Louisiana backyard paradise.
The door is always open and on any given day you will find adults and kids alike, eating, drinking and celebrating life as only South Louisiana folks can.
In Hurricane Katrina left several feet of flood water in Slidell, destroying the house that Pam grew up in. It is said that Louisiana is the happiest state in the nation because people in Louisiana stay close to family. For a chance at a fuck of a lifetime, please email me with your photograph s and your contact information mobile tele number!
No pic, no response! BBW wants trailer park fun Still searching for a horny women on her period. Housewives looking casual sex MS Pittsboro I am not into bars or clubs. I have been through alot in the last 2 years. In the last 2 years I have lost everything in my life but my kids. So about me I am white 5'4' brown eyes and brown hair. My kids are MY world, if you cant accept that then dont respond. I do smoke and drink occasionally. I dont do drugs!
I have tattoos and piercings! I do have a job and a small apartment. I love cooking, cleaning, watching movies. Would love to know more about sports. I prefer someone that is white taller than me and physiy fit. Smoking, tats, piercings, and occasional drinking are ok with me. Got to have a job and your own place. Im sorry I dont want a momma's boy. I DONT want a man that beats on women been there done that!!
If you think that you can handle me send me a message in the subject line put your favorite color so I know your real. Your pic for my pic Divorced seniors searching porno dating mature sexy ladies Housewives looking casual sex IN Mooresville Housewives looking casual sex LA Norco Love off roading and finding that between naughty mischief and downright criminallol looking for a fwb typesituation Single Mom seeks single Dad.
Housewives looking casual sex MD Knoxville Divorced seniors searching fucking blowjobs Lewiston Real naked girls from Huntsville Alabama-fuck sexy pussy-dating for sex You will be able to meet up with those in your area who are looking for the same type.
Divorced seniors seeking casual porno meet mature women Laramie Wyoming Feeling horny tonight?
Local wives wants casual sex dating. Contact Us if you're interested. Blondes housewives looking orgasm San Jose Relation type: Man looking for a real friend. Fiction vs reality. and deleted! Adult wants nsa Forbing Louisiana . Housewives seeking sex Cibola Arizona Sexy couple looking hot fucking on line dating sites Housewives seeking sex Forbing Louisiana Housewives seeking nsa TX Shoreacres , Seeking woman with long hair. Adult wants real sex LA Forbing sex dates Flint Michigan Im looking for .