According to the New York Times, College Freshman are under more emotional stress than ever before.
The survey, “The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2010,” involved more than 200,000 incoming full-time students at four-year colleges, and cited that the percentage of students rating themselves as “below average” in emotional health rose exponentially from previous years. Also, every year young women have had a less positive view of their emotional health than young men, and that gap has widened.
When you pace yourself with creativity, activity, and rest throughout the day, you will not be resisting the body’s natural rhythm and you will feel less stressed. I teach Mind Body Psychology and use it with my clients in therapy and during our Life Coaching Sessions.
According to the Psychobiology of Gene Expression by Ernest Rossi, “there is an individualized natural pacing of rhythm or creativity and rest throughout the day. If you learn to ‘catch the wave’ of the natural rhythms that occur, you will discover many hidden connections… Continue reading
Let’s start with what Mindfulness is.
It is deliberately paying attention, being fully aware of what is happening both inside and outside yourself — in your body, heart, and mind — and outside of yourself in your environment.
Before bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery), clients are referred to me for a psychological evaluation as part of their pre-operative testing and requirements. Some of the other requirements are: a medical examination, a visit with a psychiatrist, blood work, visits with a dietician, and six months of a medically monitored weight loss program.
Recently, two women were referred to me for psychological… Continue reading