If you’re looking to improve your quality of life through emotional, mental, and physical recovery, consider all the ways you can design your environment to support that growth.
There were perhaps dozens of people Judi took a special interest in helping launch a career. She truly does live on in all of us.
As you change and grow, not everyone in your world may jump on board, because guess what? Recovery is a big adjustment for them, too.
Clearing clutter can be difficult, but have faith that what you have let go of is not necessarily gone forever, and may have a better use somewhere else or by someone else.
Recovery from emotional overeating is not easy, and there truly is no quick fix. But if you start where you are, stay gentle with yourself, and enlist the right kind of support, you can experience the freedom of recovery.
Changing what you’re doing with food is not about applying willpower or self-discipline, sometimes there are complex biological issues underlying food behaviors.
When we use a defense mechanism, we are typically trying to protect ourselves from unpleasant emotions and feelings. This may sound like a good thing, but this tactic works against us.
I’ve used many modalities in my therapy practice that use other parts of the body and brain, yet this one has some quick results.
Our underlying beliefs color everything we do, think and say, whether we realize it or not. These perspectives have a powerful effect on how we perceive food choices and on our body image.
How do you stay motivated, committed, and true to yourself—your true heart and soul ideals, and the things you want to do?