Monthly Archives : September 2015

Breathe! It’s the first step to interrupt entrenched behavioral patterns

Brenda and Terry have been having terrible arguments about how to raise their children. Brenda is a strict disciplinarian who feels that it’s her job to teach the kids the rules, while Terry’s attitude is that it’s more important to…

159 View / September 27, 2015

10 strategies for dealing with mild depression

Are you having trouble sleeping or concentrating? Are you easily frustrated? Increasingly prone to angry outbursts? Avoiding social situations? Are you gaining or losing weight? Frequently feeling sad? If you’ve said yes to the majority of these questions, and these…

276 View / September 20, 2015

How much alcohol is too much?

Ever wonder if you or someone you know drinks too much? I recently read some amazing statistics about alcohol use based on a survey of consumption in the U.S. conducted by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Duke…

252 View / September 13, 2015

Thinking Styles Determine Weight Loss Success

Pam’s made many efforts to lose weight, but she’s never succeeded in keeping it off. She’s tried many weight loss strategies, but nothing has worked for her. The heavier she becomes, the more overwhelmed she feels by the magnitude of…

183 View / September 6, 2015