‘reducing stress’

It Happened This Week: Imagining Eating, Stress and Weight Gain, & Vermonting at Buttermilk Falls

By Marsha Hudnall

Interesting research out this week about the potential benefits of imagining you're eating something, instead of really eating it. It may help you eat it more mindfully when you do partake. Exercise before breakfast might help ameliorate the after-effects of too much holiday indulgence, according to a study reviewed in this New York Times article. Our comment: As always, listen […] Read more »

Managing Stress: Discover Your Ambivalences

By Marsha Hudnall

Today's post is another by our psychologist-masters Darla Breckenridge, who has been with us only a few months but has already been named "The Strategy Lady" by the women who come to Green Mountain.  She also teaches our stress management classes.  It's a dynamite combination. Sometimes the most difficult stress to deal with is created by ambivalence.  Should I quit […] Read more »

‘Tis the Season, Part II

By Marsha Hudnall

Yesterday I spent the morning on the telephone, trying for the fourth time to get a serviceman out to fix my NEW built-in microwave, and trying to get help with a problem I’ve having with my NEW computer. I won’t go into the ugly details but needless to say, when I hung up after about an hour of fruitless effort, […] Read more »

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