Posts Tagged "depression"

Let’s focus on how food affects our mood

Let’s focus on how food affects our mood

On January 30, 2017, the journal BMC Medicine published Felice Jacka PhD’s new randomized controlled study called The SMILES Trial. This groundbreaking research for the the first time demonstrates that people with moderate to severe depression can improve their mood by altering Learn more
Want to have a great weekend…then volunteer with your friends

Want to have a great weekend…then volunteer with your friends

Volunteering with friends is one of the best ways to insure you have a great weekend. Volunteering is good for your mind and body. It will give you purpose while stimulating your mind and getting your heart rate up. It Learn more
Is it o.k. to be seen in public alone?

Is it o.k. to be seen in public alone?

Try Spending the Day Alone People are staying single longer and even those that are married tend to be more autonomous than previous generations. I work with clients that refuse to run errands or go out to dinner alone. They Learn more
Benefits of Quality CBD Oil

Benefits of Quality CBD Oil

I am excited to have found a pure and effective CBD oil to share with my clients. How CBD oil can help anxiety CBD oil is thought to work with a brain receptor called CB1. The exact way CBD affects CB1 Learn more
Get out of the tunnel and step onto field of dreams

Get out of the tunnel and step onto field of dreams

People will often describe what they are going through as they “see light at the end of the tunnel”. To which I respond “get out of the tunnel and walk through field of dreams”. By this I mean, life is Learn more
Feeling Tired this Morning?

Feeling Tired this Morning?

Experts agree that good quality sleep is important for proper body and mind functioning. Lack of sleep affects our ability to concentrate, metabolism and our mood – more specifically depression. Proper sleep hygiene includes but not limited to: Maintain a Learn more
Fear of being alone

Fear of being alone

Autophobia is the fear of being alone. Some people become so consumed with never being alone that they lose themselves in trying to please others or accepting invitations to just not be alone. What is so scary about being alone? Loneliness Learn more
Post Holiday Hangover

Post Holiday Hangover

Hangover can be defined as {a severe headache or other after effects caused by drinking an excess of alcohol or a thing that has survived from the past} Let’s focus on the latter definition,  a thing that has survived from the Learn more
Fake vs. Acting As If

Fake vs. Acting As If

The Atlantic recently tweeted about Drake, Taylor Swift, and why it pays to be fake http://theatln.tc/1MPFs6h . The article focuses on being a celebrity but the concept is worth examining. Acting “as if” is a common therapeutic intervention used to modify Learn more
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