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Homeschooling During Self-Seclusion: Interview of a School Psychologist

Is being homebound getting to you? Social distancing and its consequences of being unable to interact with friends and peers and being restricted to our home (and yard if we are fortunate enough to have

A High-Fashion Designer Breathes Life into Facemasks

These days, many women are staying home in pajamas or sweats. Going out to the mailbox and for groceries might be the most fashion-demanding events of the week. I spoke to Susanna, a successful sweater

Choosing to Chill: Mother Nature Responds to our Self-Secluding

Air pollution levels are down around the world. Data on emission reduction since people stopped working and traveling as a reaction to covoid-19 has been reported by the European Space Agency and NASA. Nitrogen dioxide—emitted

Single, Happily Ever After

There’s a difference between married and not married—and there’s also a difference between not married and preferring to be single. Not married means that you’re open to pursuing love interests and dating. Preferring to remain

Rethinking Drinking: How to Reduce an Alcohol Problem

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reported in January that the number of women drinking dangerous amounts of alcohol—leading to acute overdoses, or in combination with drugs, or to death—has been rising sharply

From the “Word to the Wise” Department: The Transcendental Meditation Technique Improves Immunity and Reduces Stress

This is a time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty for most of the world. Health, families, careers, finances and well-being are being challenged by the pandemic that, so far, is undermining the safety of our

Peaking into Spiritual Development

Spiritual is the adjective form of the word spirit, which comes from the Latin word for “breath,” which means the thing that animates life. From biology we know that even bits of stem or leaf

Why Wait? LAUGH NOW!!!

Do you want more happiness in your life? Well, who doesn’t!  Do you feel like you need to laugh more? When did you last have a good belly laugh?  As children, we laughed hundreds of

Heartbroken? Heart Disease, New Science, and a Simple Fix

It’s February, so everyone expects a good deal of media coverage on matters of the heart. I’m not one to offer relationship advice but I can address the subject of heart health from a medical

Why Am I Always So Tired?!

Studies conducted in the last 10 years showed that fatigue is one of women’s top five health concerns—and that as many as 45% of women have fatigue resulting from stress. As women, we juggle work

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COVID-19 Update

We are taking all precautions during this time when teaching the TM technique. If you fill out the find a teacher form, your local teacher will contact you to discuss this in detail.

Wishing you best of health,
TM for Women


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