‘Emotional Health’

Book Review: Eat Q – Unlock the Weight-Loss Power of Emotional Intelligence

By Marsha Hudnall on 06/17/2014

Today’s post is an interview with Susan Albers, PsyD, psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic and author of a number of books on mindful eating that we’ve been happy to promote over the years. In this post, she tells us about her newest book Eat Q: Unlock the Weight-Loss Power of Emotional Intelligence. What does Eat-Q mean? Eat-Q is not a phrase […] Read more »

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The Binge Eating Diaries: Addicted To Food

By Jacki Monaco on 06/12/2014

Am I Addicted to Food? I’m biased because of my relationship with food, but I’ve always thought that being addicted to food was one of the most challenging addictions a person could have. Please don’t get me wrong – I’m not downplaying other forms of addiction. Being an addicted to anything at all can be all-consuming, maddening, and downright frightening. […] Read more »

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5 Self Confidence Tips for Overcoming Your Swimsuit Fears

By Erin Risius on 06/10/2014

Swimsuit season is right around the corner. Build your confidence in a swimsuit and unlock your inner goddess by taking a closer look at how you feel and how you think about your body. Of course, I’m talking about body image. How you feel about your body and self affects how you walk in the world – whether it’s in […] Read more »

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5 Reasons Why Accepting Compliments is Good for Women’s Health and Self-Esteem

By Erin Risius on 05/22/2014

Why Women May Have Difficulty Accepting Compliments Have you ever given someone a compliment and then have it rejected by that person?  Or have you yourself received a compliment but then downplayed the acknowledgement?  I’ve certainly been guilty of downplaying a compliment and have also been on the flip side and had compliments that I have given out dismissed – […] Read more »

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Dealing with Weight Gain, Depression and Hypothyroidism

By Jill Carlson on 05/20/2014

I thought I was just lazy Jill Carlson is a Green Mountain alum who blogs about the differences intuitive eating and mindful movement have made in her life. I came home from Green Mountain last summer motivated and ready to continue my healthy lifestyle of intuitive eating, Pilates reformer classes, and getting eight hours of sleep. Then about 2 weeks […] Read more »

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