Blog – Dr. Lisa Ortigara Crego

6′ Apart Yet So Close

Many are calling and texting, Facebooking and Facetiming with family they’ve not connected with in years. When in crisis, people tend to reach out. Every hurricane I’ve been through, over the last 33 years, proves no different. Always, without fail, family members from far away and friends I’d not heard from call to connect as the crisis unfolds.

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6′ Apart Yet So Close

Many are calling and texting, Facebooking and Facetiming with family they’ve not connected with in years. When in crisis, people tend to reach out. Every hurricane I’ve been through, over the last 33 years, proves no different. Always, without fail, family members from far away and friends I’d not heard from call to connect as the crisis unfolds.

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Pave the Way During Troubling Times

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”—Ralph Waldo Emerson. Let’s make way for a new path now. Create a new way of looking at isolation and long stretches of quiet time, without making it all about food, drink, drugs, and etc. The phrase, do not go where the path may lead, in the context of this blog is saying to break free from what you always do.

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Is Stress Lurking or is Fear Knocking?

Rather than getting distracted from our health goals, or writing, for those of us that write too, perhaps we need to pull it together and become more proactive in powering through some scary weeks ahead as we face the Corona virus head on.

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How Not to Think About the Chatter in Your Head About your Weight and Body Image

My motto has always been, rather than think about what you can’t eat think about what you can eat—AND I ASSURE you It’s plentiful…and satiating.

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