Articles by: Flavio Iammarino

Ask Flavio: An Emotional Pandemic

Ask Flavio: An Emotional Pandemic

Ask Flavio January 21, 2023 at 11:12 am

At this present moment we are living under a dark cloud which I call FEAR. When we speak of fear it means there is an absence of courage, and what fuels courage is FAITH. With faith we can focus and believe that all is possible – health, love, peace andRead More

Ask Flavio: How Stress affects the Body and Mind

Ask Flavio: How Stress affects the Body and Mind

Ask Flavio January 3, 2023 at 11:49 pm

In the beginning, when I started to do therapy, clients were coming to my office and complaining about stress. It was difficult to work with them, as the comment “I’m stressed” did not tell me what the actual problem was. First of all we have to understand that everything weRead More

Ask Flavio: Surviving the Holiday Season

Ask Flavio: Surviving the Holiday Season

Ask Flavio, Featured December 6, 2022 at 11:01 am

Our everyday lives are already so busy as we juggle many responsibilities—work, school, family, friends, children, chores, bills, our homes, social engagements, and appointments. Throw in a million more tasks and events in our already jam-packed schedules to prepare for the holiday season and it is no wonder people getRead More

The Signs of Stress

The Signs of Stress

Ask Flavio November 26, 2022 at 8:30 pm

An understanding of what stress really is – a response a person feels when experiencing one or more negative emotions at one time – is important in order to recognize the types, misconceptions and signs of stress. There are three different types of stress – eustress, acute stress, and chronicRead More

British surgeon who branded patients’ livers with his initials pleaded guilty to assault

British surgeon who branded patients’ livers with his initials pleaded guilty to assault

Uncategorized December 26, 2017 at 7:14 pm

By Frank Parlato;   A British surgeon, Simon Bramhall, 53, pleaded guilty in Birmingham Crown Court this month to two counts of assault by beating after he used an electric beam — typically used to seal blood vessels — to mark “SB” into a man’s and woman’s livers during their transplantRead More

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