Tom Kha Gai - Thai Coconut Soup

[This post contains affiliate links] Many families have a go-to soup recipe. The go-to recipe in our home is Tom Kha Gai or Thai Coconut Chicken Soup. Not only is this Thai chicken soup absolutely delicious, but it can be made very quickly and there is really no special skill required to make it. There are no fancy kitchen tools needed, nor any whisking or pureeing of any sort. It’s just a dump-it-in-and-cook-it type of recipe. When I am short on time, this is precisely my kind of cooking. If you are a fan of Thai food or are just in the mood to try something tangy and delicious, this is a soup that does not disappoint. This soup is also a nutritional powerhouse. My version varies from the t

Is My Body Keeping Score? Trauma and the Body

[This post contains affiliate links] I love massages. My husband and I had never had a couple’s massage and the past weeks have been quite stressful for our family so I took the liberty of booking massages for both of us. They were amazing. AMAZING. Afterward, as we were getting ready to leave, I noticed that my husband was getting a bit emotional. I asked if he was ok. He wiped tears from his eyes and said, “Wow… that’s never happened to me before.” I knew what he was talking about because it has happened to me, too. I recently finished a book called The Body Keeps the Score by Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, a Dutch-American psychiatrist based in Boston, Massachusetts. He runs a trauma center aff

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