How can we learn to embrace the idea of less or just enough?
Some of my clients find this prescription confronting, but knowing the benefits can make it more appealing to try.
Mindless eating is a disconnect; a mindfulness and yoga practice restores that connection gently and slowly.
When you’re caught up in mind reading and blocking real communication, you can cut yourself off from much-needed support and connection.
Should statements are a type of cognitive distortion that happen when someone is constantly dissatisfied with whatever’s occurring in the present moment.
When you’re focused on “what if” or “if only,” you’re either in the future or in the past; you’re not in the present moment. Letting go is a leap of faith, but what have you got to lose?
Negative self-talk may be a frequent companion, but we can apply coping techniques just like in any other relationship.
Mindful living truly is the key to an integrated, less stressful, and more serene lifestyle. With it, you can solve daily challenges with food, exercise, stress, and decision making.
Living one day at a time keeps us in the present moment and puts the past and future into perspective, instead of us ruminating about either one.
Much as we’d like to, sometimes it’s not possible to tie everything up in a neat bow just because the calendar is turning to a new page. Instead, we’re left hanging, and that can feel very uncomfortable.