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I Am the Light of My Soul

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I am the light, light, light Light of my soul I am beautiful I am bountiful I am bliss I am I am - Lyrics to "Bliss" by Sirgun Kaur and Sat Darshan Singh One year ago today I weighed 80 pounds more than I do today. One year ago today I was 39 weeks pregnant with a son who I had not yet met in the flesh. So much has changed in that one [...]

Doing Less, Being More

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2020 stopped us in our tracks.  A micro-particle spread across the planet and changed our lives forever  and in many ways…slowed us down. Yesterday I found (and purchased) a Christmas ornament.  A nice, delicate ornament made with that creamy colored ceramic typical to all things homemade and hand done.  It had an imprint of a blue snowflake and underneath it said “Fuck 2020.”  I laughed along with the salesclerk who revealed that these handmade, $8 [...]

My 40 Day Challenge

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As hard as it is to admit this to the world, I realize that I need to. The past month or so I have found myself falling into some old behavior patterns. I allowed myself to engage in some of my old toxic habits. I started eating and drinking things that I know are not nourishing for my body. I also fell out of my regular pattern of running, kundalini yoga and meditation. My sleep [...]

Why I’m Crying Every Day

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"Keep me away from the wisdom which does not cry, the philosophy which does not laugh and the greatness which does not bow before children." -Khalil Gibran The topic of crying has come up for me five separate times today, and it's only 1:00 PM. I believe the universe is asking me to write this post, so here we go. When was the last time you cried? You might be surprised to hear that I [...]

Three Ways to Save Your Life

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There is little disagreement that we are currently living in some of the most stressful and challenging times in history. With the world seemingly falling apart due to violence, political discord, planetary destruction and a worldwide pandemic, it's easy to fall into hopelessness and despair. You may have noticed that you have been experiencing worsening pain, anxiety, and depression. The good news is that there is hope and there are simple things that you can [...]

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About the Author

Dr. Kendra Campbell, MD

Psychiatrist and Founder

I am a psychiatrist who thinks “outside of the medical box” and “colors outside of the lines.” I have worked in a variety of clinical settings including inpatient, outpatient, emergency rooms, forensics/jails, consultative services, and house calls. I completed most of my medical training in New York City, including my psychiatric residency at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn and Public and Emergency Psychiatry fellowships at Columbia University in Manhattan. I worked for almost three years at the New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP/Psychiatric Emergency Room) as an attending psychiatrist and Assistant Director.

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