Psychology & Therapy

Why mindful cooking can put your mind at ease

Why mindful cooking can put your mind at ease

Saving new recipes to virtual boards is so much fun, but making them can be stressful. You’re already hungry and likely pressed for time, but cooking doesn’t have to feel that way. How is that possible? It’s all in the power of mindfulness.

“Why am I afraid to die?”

“Why am I afraid to die?”

My guess is at least half of the folks reading this are afraid of dying. And it’s a double whammy because fearing death generates fear in living. We can’t let that happen. So the fear of death: what is it? And how do we get a handle on it?

Every day – all day – it comes down to you

Every day – all day – it comes down to you

We’re often encouraged to be selfless in a selfish world. But surviving in such a world requires, at the very least, selective selfishness. And to put it into motion, every day – all day – it comes down to you – first. Here’s the word…

The uniqueness and likability of you

The uniqueness and likability of you

Living with chronic depression or anxiety is no picnic. I mean, it can take all we have to get out of bed, and then it’s on to a day of symptoms, frustration, and self-assault. But through it all, believe it or not, our uniqueness and likability remain intact.

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