Let’s face it — changing behavior is difficult. If it were easy, we wouldn’t find ourselves coming up with the same New Year’s
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How to Transform Stress This Holiday Season: A Practical Guide for Creating Greater Ease and Meaning
As much as the approaching holidays can be a time of joy and celebration, for many people this time of year is
We all long for acceptance, to feel seen and heard and held in a space where we are accepted unconditionally by another
While stress is an inevitable part of our human experience, chronic stress is not. Yet it is an epidemic that affects so
I became intrigued by this idea of what I call "the sandwich effect" when I began noticing how I spent the first
While stress is not all bad, it can sneak up on us unaware and sometimes escalate us to the point where we
Our brains are hard-wired to scan our environment and pick up on threats of all kinds. Often the "threats" that trigger this
As a psychologist, I have seen time and time again the power of people taking very small steps to bring about very
We all experience times in our week, and in our lives when we fall out of balance. For some people this might
What do we do when we come up against anxiety? We all experience anxiety at times, but it is one of the