Listen to your basic instincts when you think you’re falling for someone.
David Servan-Schreiber | Spring 2011 issue more
Michael is a well-known New York psychotherapist. He’s 45 and recently divorced. Since he’s a therapist and understands the importance of positive thinking, he describes himself as “in between relationships.” A rational man but a romantic at heart, Michael is keen to fall in love again.
It’s time to take back control of what and how we eat. Here’s why.
Carolyn Steel | Spring 2011 issue more
Food isn’t just something we need to shovel down our gullets each day to survive. It’s far more potent: the means, more than any other, by which we humans shape our planet and ourselves.
Simple tips for simply nutritious food.
Elbrich Fennema | Spring 2011 issue
Transparency is good. Information more is handy. We have a right to know what we’re eating, and—thanks to laws requiring manufacturers to provide nutritional information—every product comes with a label summing up its ingredients and stating the percentages of the U.S.
What companies and consumers can do to conserve precious water resources.
Amy Domini | November 2009 issue more
As a child, I grew up in a dairy farming community. There weren’t many_ kids around, so I learned to be alone. I enjoyed wandering across the cow field to a very small stream that ran through the farm.
How long should we live with grief before asking for help?.
David Servan-Schreiber | November 2009 issue more
Lynne is in great distress and is seeking help. Her story is heartbreak_ing. At 6 o’clock in the evening, her 10-month-old baby had a fever and seemed really sick.
Celebrating the mystery of life with Saint Sarah.
Paulo Coelho | November 2009 issue more
Once a year, gypsies from all over the world head for Saintes-Maries-_de-la-Mer in the south of France to pay homage to Saint Sarah. According to tradition, Sarah was a Gypsy who lived in a small seaside town when Jesus’ aunt, Mary Salome, arrived with other refugees trying to escape persecution by the Romans.
Jurriaan Kamp | October 2010 issue more
Ananda Plunkett | October 2010 issue more
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