‘self talk’

Women in the 2012 Olympic Games

By Robyn Priebe on 08/22/2012

On my drive to work last week, I heard a segment on NPR about the fact that the US sent more women than men to the Olympics this year.  While the difference is not huge, seemingly 8 more woman based on my googling-results, I still think this is pretty cool and empowering.  Considering that the Ancient Olympics were originally limited to […] Read more »

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Do Your Own Needs End Up at the Bottom of Your To Do List?

By Darla Breckenridge on 04/11/2011

In my #gmKISS (Keep It Simple Sweetheart) strategy class today at Green Mountain at Fox Run we talked about Stepping into Selfness. Now selfness is something I have written about before. It means counting your own needs as you count others’ needs even when you are feeling fat or unmotivated to exercise. And really, the conversation was about how we […] Read more »

Changing Thinking: Scrutinize Your Dissatisfaction

By Darla Breckenridge on 02/28/2011

Disillusionment can be heartbreaking, especially when we’re disillusioned about a reality that never happened. You imagined yourself somehow different: all-achieving, in control, showing no signs of aging and, gee, it didn’t turn out that way. You feel let down by, what? By your imagined reality? Pay Attention to Your Self-Talk The first step towards uncovering your personal beliefs is to start […] Read more »

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Weight Loss Struggle? Get to Know the “I’m the Boss of Me” Inside You

By Darla Breckenridge on 02/21/2011

I don’t know about you but one of the things I’ve noticed about myself is that I don’t like to be bossed around. Like any self-confident six-year old I know that “I’m the boss of me,” but there’s that recalcitrant part of me that acts out against obeying orders – from anyone. A sure way for me to do something […] Read more »

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