‘diet mentality’

Swimsuit Season: Try on Self Compassion

By Darla Breckenridge on 05/27/2013

Memorial Day, officially founded to remember the sacrifices by those in the military who have died while serving their country, has unofficially come to mark the beginning of swimsuit season. As well as the calendar date many women have circled in red for when they want to be “bikini ready.” As it often goes with “diet mentality,” if we’re not […] Read more »

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When Being Good Is Bad

By Darla Breckenridge on 04/29/2013

So you want to make a change happen.  You want to add more healthy foods or more exercise to your life.  And always is the struggle of having to do it right, having to be perfect, wanting to be GOOD. For most of us there is no such thing as being  good enough or perfect enough. But consider this for […] Read more »

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Think Like A Cat for Weight Management?

By Cindy Bishop on 03/08/2013

I wish I knew who devised this non-dieter’s delight, but I think we can safely assume it was someone with a fine furry friend. The important thing is, it makes me smile. So, for all of you out there still struggling to find new ways to manage your weight, and tired of the same old same old, this may be […] Read more »

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Mindful Eating Series: Can You Hear What Your Cells Are Saying?

By Marsha Hudnall on 06/11/2012

This is the fifth post in our series exploring the seven hungers — eye hunger, nose hunger, mouth hunger, stomach hunger, cellular hunger, mind hunger and heart hunger — as discussed in Jan Chozen Bay’s book “Mindful Eating.”  Each hunger provides a unique voice to help you discover your relationship to food and the body.  By noticing your eating through […] Read more »

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Mindful Eating Series: Is This Real Stomach Hunger?

By Lisa Christie on 06/04/2012

Today is the fourth post in our series on mindful eating and the seven hungers, as identified by Jan Chozen Bays. Eye hunger, nose hunger, mouth hunger, stomach hunger, cellular hunger, mind hunger and heart hunger — each of these hungers provide a unique lens through which to investigate your relationship to food and the body. By noticing your eating […] Read more »

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