‘Self Care’

How Naming Your Emotions Helps to Better Cope With Stress

By Shiri Macri, MA, LCMHC

In order to make a change, we need to actually know what we’re feeling in each moment, to have awareness of what’s going on in our bodies, so we can deal with it positively. I teach a class called ’Stress and our Bodies’ here at Green Mountain at Fox Run where we talk about how the stress response affects our […] Read more »

Cope With Stress by Naming Your Emotions

5-Minute Meditations: Thinking and Observing Meditation

By Shiri Macri, MA, LCMHC

This Thinking and Observing Meditation is the first in our new 5-Minute Meditations Series! We’re kicking off the series with this short meditation where instead of bringing attention away from thoughts and back to breath, we instead put focused attention on our thoughts, images, sensations, etc. And watch the stream of consciousness. Because of the non-traditional and freeing nature of […] Read more »

5 Minute Meditations - Thinking and Observing Meditation

3 Tips for Setting Boundaries & Learning to Say “No”

By Shiri Macri, MA, LCMHC

Setting Boundaries, Renewing Our Commitment To Ourselves This spring, as we think about reawakening and rejuvenation, we’re also thinking about renewing our commitment to ourselves. When it comes to our relationships, setting boundaries is about loving ourselves enough to say no. It’s not about spite or being malicious, but instead saying yes to ourselves for a change. We may be the […] Read more »

3 tips for setting boundaries

Setting Resolutions to Take Care of Myself

By Lori Wright, CPT

“Inhaling up…exhaling into forward fold,” I instructed my yoga class. As I leaned into the bent over position, I noticed my gnarly toenails and hairy legs. This observation sent me into a soul-searching journey wondering when the last time was that I took care of myself. Are You Putting Yourself Last? I began to realize how often I bumped myself […] Read more »

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Food Addiction Through Another Lens: 5 Steps to Addressing Food Addiction

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Google the words “Food Addiction” and in less than half a second you get over 33 million results. It’s pretty clear that lots of people are talking and others are listening. This topic interests me in a big way because I lead a discussion around food addiction here at Green Mountain.  But there is a compelling difference between the message we send […] Read more »

5 Steps To Address Food Addiction
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