There is a whole continuum of feelings. Anxiety is on one end, and we can also explore other stops along that continuum.
The stress of chaotic national or global events can almost normalize emotional eating and make things more difficult for those with a history of disordered eating.
We carry so much of our lives with us wherever we go, right on our smartphones. Our personal lives seep into our work time, and work invades our personal time.
How to apply mindfulness to the four pillars of health – nutrition, movement, stress management, and clear thinking.
Research has shown that a high percentage of Americans report experiencing emotional symptoms of stress, and even higher numbers of us experience physical symptoms of stress. Sadly, many people say that they are too stressed to fully embrace behavior changes that might help reduce stress symptoms These stark facts remind us how important it is […]
Some situations can flip a switch inside us to re-feel old anger. Over time, this can build up into resentments that poison our thoughts.
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.
Judgment may be a habit, maybe even something of a survival strategy, but it is like a venom that always makes us feel worse about ourselves.
Since mindless eating is usually a major component of binge eating disorder, the mindfulness of yoga can be particularly helpful.
We may start with a grateful heart, but when this deepens it becomes love.