‘changing thinking’

Inspirational Resources for Shifting Painful Thoughts

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 12/02/2013

Who Do You Choose to Inspire You? I’ve long believed that we need a separate source of information, of inspiration, to move beyond whatever we struggle with. Unfortunately, we’re not always so good at shifting our perceptual lenses, at taking in the “information” or ways of seeing people, relationships or our selves. We get stuck… In old beliefs, ones that […] Read more »

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Shaking Good-or-Bad Thinking (and Weight Struggles?) for Good

By Lisa Christie on 11/08/2013

We talk a lot about all-or-nothing thinking and good-or-bad thinking on our blog because it’s a big deal. After so many years of subscribing to this school of thought, whether we even know it or not, it’s hard to shake – like a lingering cold. But shake it we must, for it only draws out eating and weight struggles. For […] Read more »

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The Binge Eating Diaries: Candy, Buffets and Weddings… Oh My!

By Jacki Monaco on 11/07/2013

The Binge Eating Diaries is a monthly column by Green Mountain alum Jacki Monaco on surviving and thriving with Binge Eating Disorder.  It’s been quite the month, ladies and gentlemen. I’ve been to Las Vegas to visit my parents, taken my first trip to Disneyland, and attended a dear friend’s wedding (oh, and then there was that whole Halloween thing). […] Read more »

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Relationship Patterns that Show Up at Green Mountain

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 10/07/2013

I love patterns of all kinds and my eye tends to pick them out very quickly. This of course makes me well-suited for the work I do with the women here at Green Mountain. It’s not a surprise, at least to me, that what happens in relationships among participants here often follows what happens at home. It makes sense, right? […] Read more »

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