Seth reflects on all of the good karma floating around and puts it to work for his arthritis.
Seth witnesses an exchange in the men's room that he won't soon forget.
As a new year begins, Dr. Laurie explores what happens when we lose energy and hope -- and explains how to rediscover them.
A sudden burst of motivation gets Seth on the treadmill!
A reader writes that she is in so much pain and is so tired, she feels wracked with guilt. Dr. Laurie explains why guilt has no place in an arthritic's life -- and how to cast it away.
After working all day, when I get home, I can barely move. I know my husband -- kind and supportive as he has been with my arthritis -- gets tired of cooking or doing things for himself. But I am in so much pain, it's not worth the walk across the room to even eat. I am getting very depressed and find myself pushing him away, thinking he does not deserve this. How do you get over the guilt of what this disease does to you and your family? -- Guilty Sarah
As the weather turns colder, I can't help but feel sad. This happens every year, and I don't know what to do. -- Nikki in Naperville
It seems so simple -- casting negativity away. But, as Dr. Laurie explains, if you can learn to do so, it's another means of reclaiming your life. Here's how.
As the tale explains, problems can unexpectedly overwhelm us. Dr. Laurie shows us how to prevent them from doing so.
Knowing that you're not alone is one thing -- but how to maintain a semblance of control in your life? Dr. Laurie lays out a battle plan.