A good way to bring balance and peace to your life is to do daily mindfulness exercises. If you are not familiar with this, take a look at a three-step summary of the mindfulness exercises that can change your life.
Are there some annoying people in your life that just get under your skin? You get stuck talking to them and leave feeling frustrated or even angry? They are people you’d just rather not talk to, but can’t avoid.
We all experience trauma to some degree or another in our lives. But, why do some people experience profound effects on their emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing? This can lead to symptoms of anxiety, depression, anger, addiction and chronic pain. To recover from trauma, we need to understand the triune brain.
Some eating disorders are easier to hide from family and friends, but there are tell-tale signs to look for that can help identify signs of eating disorders.
Anorexia is one of the most well-known eating disorders. Many celebrities have struggled with it over the years including Karen Carpenter, Diana Ross, Sally Field, Jane Fonda, and even the Crown Princess of Sweden.
Ilene Smith, an expert with the Eating Disorder Resource Center and consultant to Healthy Futures, gets right to the point at why “Yo-Yo Dieting” doesn’t succeed over the long term. You might lose the weight for a few years but it always comes back.