‘negative thinking’

Creating Your Internal Support Team

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Today's post is a follow-up to Darla's from last week on How to Talk Sense to Yourself. Or in other words, changing negative self talk. ACT II on the stage between your ears…. There's no one we believe more than ourselves, so all that negative self talk that we let aimlessly chatter away harms us. We generally don't talk to […] Read more »

How to Talk Sense to Yourself

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Today's post is a follow-up to the post Darla wrote a few weeks ago titled "To Fix Problems, Stop Admiring Them."  As always, she comes through with some spot-on insight and strategies for changing our thinking. In a recent blog, we talked about how we are quite accomplished at talking about and bonding with others about problems and, yes, dramatically […] Read more »

To Fix Problems, Stop Admiring Them

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Today’s post is another from Darla Breckenridge, our psychologist at Green Mountain.  She takes a different look at what we’re doing when we think or speak about our problems in the usual way. Admiring our problems is a case of unwittingly practicing or rehearsing how we think about them. In the usual course of things, we repeatedly think or talk […] Read more »

Changing Negative Thinking: The Thought Stopping Technique

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Negative thoughts about ourselves are a plague among weight-worried women.  "You look awful stuffed into those jeans."  "You're really hopeless, you know." "You should have just stayed home." Rather than being just in-the-moment downers, these kinds of thoughts have much more impact than we might think.  If we engage in them long enough, they begin to decrease our self esteem […] Read more »

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