Whatever your current level of happiness, the key thing to take away is that, just like your physical fitness, it is completely within your control to improve. And so I guess that happy being the new skinny may not be such a bad thing after all.
Do you ever feel frustrated or out-of-control about your eating? Like once you buy Nutella or cereal, the jar or box is gone in a day? Like you just...
Most research out there tells people that they're being observed. Heck, most research out there goes and blatantly asks people why they make the decisions they make.
Last week I was super lucky! I got to listen to a talk by business coach, Amanda Moxley. One of my big takeaways from her hour-long webinar was this: ...
A major reason for the so-called "crisis" in psychology is the fact that a very large number of not-well-designed, and not-carefully-run studies have been making it through peer review for decades.
You as a parent always have an edge in evaluating your own child because you hold the key to his history. The important thing to remember is to be objective through empathy, and to not use defense which can cause projection to influence your objectivity through projection.
Story is a powerful motivator for change in anyone. If you have a message for the world -- if you're trying to get people to change the way they think and behave -- a story could be the most powerful weapon in your toolbox.
Within the creative process of writing and performing this music I found the courage to be vulnerable, and as difficult as it is to share these feelings with the complete unknown, I know it is worth letting go of the fear I have in sharing.
Hello folks! Welcome to Episode 01 of my blog series, "Drinks With Your Shrink." The series incorporates exactly those two elements: a shrink and a ...
If you're seeing multiple warning signs or a progressive pattern develop, you should be concerned. Be wise, trust your instincts, and protect yourself. If something doesn't sound or feel right, do what's best for you and keep yourself safe.
This is where Metta practice comes in handy; if we can feel the presence of this frightened inner experience--perhaps as a tightness in the abdomen, or an unsettled quality of mind--we can send it thoughts of good will.
I don't find depressing things depressing. I don't find problems, issues and stuck points melancholic. I certainly empathize with my clients who are in a state of doubt or confusion and draw from my own personal experiences when I've been in similar states of mind and heart.
What enabled the three young Americans to attack and stop the well-armed man on the train from Amsterdam to Paris, most likely saving many lives, including their own?
The revolutionary idea that I could live my life operating from a place of love more than from a place of stress all the time, began to change my life. Perhaps living my truth was the best way for me to survive.
Now: In the middle of this hike, I´m stopping to observe. Consciously connecting with what is happening right here, right now. ...
Here's a good question for you: 'What do I have of value that I can offer the world ... which would earn me a consistent living?' Here's an essay that will show you one woman's answer.
Sometimes I just have to stop and ask myself: What the *%^$ am I doing? Ever have that feeling? "I just want to go on record saying that this is...
We know that Emotional Intelligence can be learned, but like everything there's no quick fix. It takes time, commitment and dedication. So, how do we do it?
White, middle class Americans -- whether they're raised Catholic, Protestant, Jewish or in some other religion --almost always seem a bit absurd when they turn to Buddhism, as the African American author James Baldwin recognized years ago when he called the Beat Generation writers, "Suzuki rhythm boys."
Sometimes teen romance can be downright dangerous. Early relationships can be traps for young people, spoiling months or years of their lives and setting the pattern for future coupling.