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.
How do you stay motivated, committed, and true to yourself—your true heart and soul ideals, and the things you want to do?
Should statements are a type of cognitive distortion that happen when someone is constantly dissatisfied with whatever’s occurring in the present moment.
You don’t have to be afraid of triggers. You can learn to understand them and deal with them—not eat, restrict, or purge over them.
Words are vital to personal growth, recovery and sense of self-worth. It’s not only about the words said out loud, but the messages behind the words.
Negative self-talk may be a frequent companion, but we can apply coping techniques just like in any other relationship.
When you bring compassion to the process of change, it can help you break through the barriers that keep you stuck.
There is nothing as promising as the clean slate of a new calendar. What activities will you write on yours?
Why do we make resolutions? Because we want things to be different? Why do our resolutions sometimes fail? Because we don’t want to change?
Meditation doesn’t have to look like what you think it will. Open your mind to your own style and examine different resources and classes.