Ever notice how silly someone else's worry seems to you? How many times have you told someone to stop making mountains out of molehills? Unfortunately, if worry has become your knee-jerk reflexive response to life challenges, then mountain-making is what you do best.
When caught in a depressed mood, it's tempting to feel that life is too hard, that you can't go on. It's this type of thinking that winds up feeding and sustaining the mood. Consider trying this: do nothing!
All too often we go to battle with ou
January and February are the months that gyms, aerobic and yoga classes swell with new members. These are the months of new resolutions and lofty intentions. And the best way to sustain your intentions today, tomorrow and for life, is to follow a path of moderation. Take
The exact cause of depression is unknown. What is known is that there are some common factors that may actuate depression and depressive symptoms. The following five factors may be related to your depression:
Physical illness can be as
#ThinFromWithin – If you still love Twinkies, Devil Dogs, and Hostess CupCakes, you need to read this! On January 5, 2017
Even though the names of the treats may have changed, if you grew up like me, you developed an unhealthy competition between healthy, less refined food vs. Hostess CupCakes, Twinkies, Devil Dogs, and so forth. For now, I’m asking you to rethink the spinach, broccoli
"I can't do this, it's too hard." Thus speaks insecurity, which is the voice of despair and defeat. When everything in you is telling you to give up and quit, you have only one ally—hope.
From a Self-Coaching perspective, hope is the
When I was preparing the manuscript for Thin From Within, a colleague told me she had reservations about whether it would sell. Her impression was that “people who want to lose weight aren’t interested in why they eat destructive