Mind’full’ Eating

Mind’full’ Eating

By Talia Kaplan, PsyD Mindfulness is the practice of living and being in the present. For people with anxiety, this is an especially important tool to use. It helps a person focus on what they are experiencing in the present moment rather than focus on everything that...

Exerting Heroic Efforts

Written by David H. Rosmarin If you could sum up the ultimate goal – the end and be all – of Western civilization in one word, it would probably be “success”. Whether operationally defined by net worth, income, acquisitions, career advancement, community prowess,...

Information overload!!

Written by Debra Alper It’s hard to pause at all these days, without someone or something competing for our attention. Whether it’s the ‘ding’ of new emails beckoning from our inbox, or calls from candidates vying for our vote, the information comes at a quick and...

Conversations with Oneself

Written by David H. Rosmarin We may not admit it readily (at least not in public), but everyone does it. In fact, I speculate that it is impossible not to! I’m speaking about, well … speaking to oneself – i.e., having a conversation with no one else but your lonesome...

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