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mindfulness

By Ryan M. Niemiec, PsyD, author of The Strengths-Based Workbook for Stress Relief

Would you believe that a Google search on “stress management” brings up 27.5 million hits?

There are so many ways to talk about stress and how to manage it but an area that gets almost no attention, in fact so little that we could call it a “secret,” is one of the most impactful and positive tools—and it’s free.

By Catherine Polan Orzech, MA, LMFT, coauthor of Mindfulness for Insomnia 

If you’re like millions of us, you’re probably not. Did you know…

• The average person in the United States today sleeps 20% less than they did 100 years ago.

• More than 30% of the US population suffers from insomnia.

• People who suffer from sleep deprivation are 27% more likely to become overweight or obese.

By Julie Kraft, MA, LMFT

“I can’t help it,” Christine says. “When he makes that face at me, I just start yelling.” Her husband, Bob, is just as sure that when he hears “that tone,” it is his cue to storm out of the house.

Sabrina tells me, “I can’t stop eating. As soon as the kids are in bed, it’s just on.”

Jack comes in for “anger issues.” His girlfriend is terrified of the way he responds to other drivers. “If you cut me off,” he says, “you’re not gonna get away with it.”

By Margaret Paul, author of The Inner Bonding Workbook

Most of us have heard that you can’t love someone else until you love yourself. Let’s explore why this is true. We’ll start with a question: What does it mean to love yourself?

An excerpt from Mastering Adulthood: Go Beyond Adulting to Become an Emotional Grown-Up

Working with Your Here-and-Now Experience

By Judith Belmont, MS, LPC, author of Embrace Your Greatness

It is no secret that many of us talk to ourselves in ways we would never talk to anyone else. People who have high standards for themselves, are high achievers, and feel like they need to be better than average especially reserve their most critical and judgmental thoughts for themselves.  

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