Best of Our Blogs: January 26, 2018
I’m currently listening to Day 4 of Sound True’s Mindfulness & Meditation Summit. One of the things I’ve learned from the online sessions is how habits are formed over time, even when there’s no practical reason for them.
In The Craving Mind, for example, Judson Brewer, MD, PhD shows how participants in their Eat Right Now training program became aware of how being triggered caused them to habitually engage in unhealthy eating behaviors.
When we try to temporary relieve our discomfort through distractions, however, we worsens our situation. In many cases, it adds another problem on top of the one we’re already dealing with.
If you want a different life, if you’re thirsting for change, you need to be conscious of why you do the things you’re doing and question if it’s serving you.
This week our bloggers are delivering bite size posts on everything from why you should leave your narcissist partner to the great thing about having problems and how to really show your love this Valentine’s Day. It’s one step in waking up to where you are right now so you can move closer to where you want to be.
The Number One Sign You Are In An Unhealthy Relationship
(Tales of Manic Depression) – Are your friends/family right? This quick post will tell you whether you’re truly in an unhealthy relationship.
Six Great Things About Having Problems
(NLP Discoveries) – The answers you need to hear if you’re currently asking yourself, “Why me?”
5 (Good) Reasons to Leave a Narcissist
(Neuroscience & Relationships) – It’s difficult to leave a toxic relationship especially if its with a narcissist. This is why you need to read this post.
10 Signs Of Having An Emotionally Unstable/Unavailable Parent
(Caregivers, Family & Friends) – If you have parents like this, you’re probably struggling with a host of problems from insecurities to mental health conditions.
4 ways to Gift Your Love
(Spirituality & Mental Health) – Instead of material things, practice these gifts to really show them how much you care.
Uyemura, B. (2018). Best of Our Blogs: January 26, 2018. Psych Central. Retrieved on March 31, 2020, from https://psychcentral.com/blog/best-of-our-blogs-january-26-2018/