3 Ways To Get Back On Track After Stressful Life Events

I saw grief drinking a cup of sorrow
and called out, 
It tastes sweet, does it not?
You have caught me, grief answered,
and you have ruined my business.
How can I sell sorrow, 
when you know it’s a blessing?



  1. Dr Steve,

    It is nice to see you & your family back in nature 🙂

    Thank you so much for this video. It is full of wonderful and powerful nuggets.


  2. Well done, Steve. I can handle everything but the green smoothies…you have a special way with words and your approach to “getting back on the horse” is excellent. We have thought of you and your family many times recently…..jack

    • Thanks, Jack. You have a way with words yourself and I aspire to guide and teach a fraction of the people you have impacted during your life.

      If you’re not ready for green smoothies, you can use the advice I gave today to someone else in your shoes. Just turn your sandwiches into salads.

      Good to hear from you.

  3. Thank you for sharing, you touch my heart deeply because I too know the sweet sorrow. And thank you for your gift of caring for people,that shows in every video you make.
    Iam very grateful.
    Blessings to you and your family.

    • You’re welcome, Sigrid. I am grateful as well. What an amazing gift to live even for a moment.

      Neil Young sums it up for me in “Heart of Gold” with his first words…

      “I want to live, I want to give, I’ve been a miner for a heart of gold.”

  4. Thanx for the words Dr Steve. My Dad in Louisville passed away just days after your Mom so I can relate to what you are going through. Just got back to Burbank and started eating much better and doing my exercises… it DOES make a difference! Thanx again for the post!

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