Tag Archives: self-esteem

Resilience

Your workout can be its own kind of devotion, a challenge that not only pushes your limits and build strength but leaves you with a sense of accomplishment that keeps other stresses and values in perspective. Positively Purging-I welcome your … Continue reading

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A Healthy Apporach

Figure out why it’s important to you. Use your values to guide your habit. Losing weight, for example is not a value, it’s an outcome. If you want to exercise more, what are our reflecting? Maybe “caring” is key and … Continue reading

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Move It

You may have let your summer body go by enjoying too many margaritas. Those few extra pounds can be easily shed by walking briskly or dancing in your living room. It won’t be too hard to whip yourself back into … Continue reading

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Practice Wellbeing

How I send my loneliness packaging… I was having trouble getting friends to commit to hanging out. So, I told them that every second Sunday of the month, between 4pm and 6pm. I would be sitting in the same sushi … Continue reading

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Body Centered

Looking to an impersonal set of external rules about what to eat or not eat can backfire if you find the rules unsustainable and end up “falling off the wagon” — or actively rebelling. Odds are you have a fair … Continue reading

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