Being aware and grateful in your life promotes your own healing and develops you as a sturdy and worthwhile person. Gratitude is far more than saying “thank you” to someone for their efforts.
This guest post provided by Heidi_PsyD from http://www.examiner.com/eating-disorder-in-philadelphia/heidi-dalzell Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes. Ugh. Get rid of the thoughts of food, calories, and weight —it’s not really what the holiday is about. Although the first Thanksgiving was a way to celebrate the harvest by savoring the bounty of the season, even more, it was a way […]
I had a dream the other night. Actually, it was more a nightmare. It was Ambien-induced; I took the sleep aid because I was having trouble sleeping (obviously). Not my usual habit but it was an easy way out. Or so I thought until the dream/nightmare came along. In it, I was visiting a friend […]
It’s that time of the year where we Americans gather with family and friends and reflect upon what we’re thankful for. Given the state of the economy and the fact that we’re still at war, I know this year hasn’t been an easy one for many, and sometimes it can be hard to see the […]