Our Health and Body Special Issue616

This is usually the time where we exclaim that this is one of our favorite issues, but… while working out is not particularly our favorite activity, feeling good and enjoying the bounty Sacramento has to offer certainly motivates us. So, we have a really good issue with great information, fun tidbits and all that other stuff you have grown accustom to from us.

Read more: Outword’s First Issue of 2019 Is Out Now!

 

Four Retired General and Flag Officers Identify Significant Error in D.C. Appeals Court Ruling on Transgender Troops

January 8, 2018 SAN FRANCISCO, CA –

In anticipation of the Supreme Court's deliberations on President Trump's transgender military ban this Friday, the Palm Center today released the following statement by three retired Army generals and one retired Navy admiral who identified a significant error in last week's ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

“The D.C. Court of Appeals made an error when it lifted one of the injunctions that protect transgender members of our military. Without that error, the court likely would have left the injunction in place. The court incorrectly believes that an implementation plan produced by former Defense Secretary James Mattis is different from President Trump’s original tweeted policy. The court is wrong. The President’s tweets and the Mattis ban are the same.

Read more: Four Retired General and Flag Officers Identify Significant Error in D.C. Appeals Court Ruling on Transgender Troops

 

“Remember Isobel” Set To Screen In Sacramento

Local filmmaker Sarah Barbulesco-Lamb will present “Remember Isobel,” her new dramatic feature film exploring the challenges and tragedy of Alzheimer’s disease, this January in Sacramento.

“Remember Isobel” tells the story of the Martin-Bailey family as they struggle to deal with the loss of their beloved grandmother, Isobel, to Alzheimer's.

Writer/director Sarah Barbulesco-Lamb first conceived of the idea to write a story about Alzheimer's in 2009, after bearing witness to the attentive and loving care her grandfather gave to her grandmother during her descent into Alzheimer's.

 

Read more: “Remember Isobel” Set To Screen In Sacramento

 

Equality California Thanks Brown for Historic Commitment to LGBTQ Civil Rights

Equality California, the nation's largest statewide LGBTQ civil rights organization, released the following statement from Executive Director Rick Zbur on Monday, Jan. 7th 2019:

“Governor Jerry Brown has long championed the cause of LGBTQ equality in California, making more progress in his four terms than any other governor in the nation to date. From decriminalizing same-sex relationships in 1975 and appointing the state’s first openly gay judge in 1979 to signing more than 55 pro-equality bills into law during the last eight years, Governor Brown has affirmed his commitment to ensuring all Californians are treated with equal dignity and respect. We have not always agreed with the governor’s approach to achieving full LGBTQ equality, but we have never once doubted his sincere dedication to our cause.

Read more: Equality California Thanks Brown for Historic Commitment to LGBTQ Civil Rights

 

Letting Go in 2019

By Tom Moon, MFT, The Examined Life

The tradition of making New Year’s resolutions is ancient: it can be traced all the way back to the Babylonians. I think it has survived because it can be a very helpful practice.

It seems to work best when the resolutions involve concrete and measurable goals (such as “lose a pound per week,” rather than just “lose weight”) and specific actions to achieve the goals (“join Weight Watchers” rather than just “diet.”)

Read more: Letting Go in 2019

 

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