Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Maintaining a Stable Sense of Self

Many dysregulated eaters find it difficult to keep a stable sense of self at all times, that is, to hold a core, positive regard for themselves that is undeniable and unwavering—no matter what. With an unstable sense of self, you feel fantastic about yourself when you’ve done well or when people like and praise you, […]

When Memories Trigger Painful Feelings and Food Binges

I talk a lot—I mean a lot—with clients about understanding how painful memories get triggered in the present. So many clients don’t realize they’re feeling anything distressing, yet find themselves in the midst of unrelenting binges. If you want to know how to prevent and stop emotional eating, here’s a brief review of the paradigm […]

4 Tips to Feeding Your Inner Self with Self Care

In order to survive and create balance, start connecting with your true self. In a world of external focus where a scale determines your worth and your salary defines your success, you need to turn inward to find wellness and well-being. In order to survive and create balance, start connecting with your inner core — […]

National Giving Day — Please Help Us Win Matching Grants on May 5th!

May 4, 2015 by  
Filed under Advocacy, Body Image, Featured, Self Esteem

YES! You can help Mental Fitness bring primary prevention programs to schools nationwide. Our national nonprofit qualifies to have donations matched from up to TWO pools of matching funds — MAY 5TH  ONLY! Be a part of the paradigm shift toward resiliency by donating today. Join the movement of resiliency and mental fitness in school aged […]

Are Scare Tactics Causing More Harm Than Good?

How to live in a processed world and make right choices. Do scare tactics work? I know the new documentary Fed Up declares that scare tactics have worked for decreasing tobacco sales. Personally, I worry that scare tactics will actually contribute to more fat shaming, diet shaming and finger pointing. I was really surprised that […]

Four Secrets to Authentic Love

As the saying goes, “Love is all around us.”   Make a commitment today to see and experience love at least once per hour.  Try it for a day.  Notice the love with which a coworker holds the door for you with a smile.  Notice the love between the couple in the car next you […]

Interview with the Queen of Hearts, Sariah: Love Yourself First

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I am a Pop Recording Artist, an actress, and a dancer! I follow my dreams and create music in hopes to connect with dreamers around the world 🙂 Can you tell us a bit about any upcoming projects or events that you are working on? I JUST […]

Jack of all Trades, Gina Starbuck, says You Are Enough

November 11, 2014 by  
Filed under Body Image

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? My name is Gina Starbuck. Mainly, I am a choreographer, dancer, and dance educator. But, I am a jack of many many trades! I also act, sing, write music, poetry, scripts, produce, design clothes, direct, and art direct. I am a certified reiki master (which is healing through […]

Interview with Revenge actor, Henri Esteve: stand up for yourself, otherwise no one else will

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I grew up in Miami, Fl. Raised by a strong Cuban mother. Left when I was 17 to NYC to train in theatre and pursue a career in acting. I now act for a living, and that’s an awesome thing to be able to say that […]

Comic Book Writer, Pat Shand, Says Don’t Let Someone Else Tell Your Story

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I’m a writer primarily known for my work in the comic book industry. I currently write Robyn Hood, Grimm Fairy Tales, and Charmed: Season Ten monthly. I also work as a playwright, producer, screenwriter, and college professor. I hope to add novelist to that list soon, […]

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