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Singing is Music to Your Ears, and Soul! Posted on Jun 18

Singing is Music to Your Ears, and Soul!

You don’t need to be a professional singer, or even have a good voice, to reap the benefits of singing. This isn’t American Idol – this is life – and we have to find what makes us feel good! I sing whenever and wherever I   …Continue Reading Singing is Music to Your Ears, and Soul!

Soak up the Music to Nourish Your Mind, Body, & Soul Posted on Mar 13

Soak up the Music to Nourish Your Mind, Body, & Soul

   Guest Post by Kevin Myers, MSPH, Suicide Prevention Program at DPH Massachusetts native physician and poet Oliver Wendell Holmes once recommended, “Take a music bath once or twice a week for a few seasons. You will find it is to the soul what a water   …Continue Reading Soak up the Music to Nourish Your Mind, Body, & Soul

Tunefoolery: Providing Hope, Healing, & Inspiration Through Music Posted on Nov 28

Tunefoolery: Providing Hope, Healing, & Inspiration Through Music

 Posted by Alison T. Brill, MPH, Community Suicide Prevention Coordinator at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health “Recovery from life's pain and celebrating its joy is an individual process. As a member of Tunefoolery, I get to share music – which unites us – with people who span   …Continue Reading Tunefoolery: Providing Hope, Healing, & Inspiration Through Music