Yesterday I attended an anger issues resolution group. It was really quite good. The leader was focusing (during the hour) on “What causes our anger, typically?” What kinds of things do we typically have excessive anger issues with? If we have more specifics on the causes of our anger, we might find a solution to some of them. It is the best place to start, when figuring out our anger problem, for those who might have one. For me, I don't get really upset (anymore) about
After menopause the risk for osteoporosis is quite high, especially among those who had hysterectomy, eating disorder or have a history of low hormones, have a thyroid condition, take steroid medications regularly, are over 50, have lost 50 pounds or more or have avoided dark green, leafy veggies and dairy foods most of your life; and, if at high risk because any of the above factors getting a DEXA bone scan should be on the “to do list”.
For some adults doctors may presc