The Price of Image to Health

Posted by on Apr 12, 2016 in Blog, Expectations, Image, Mind-body |

In our society, which has become more dominated by screens, image is a big deal. It’s not just the realm of celebrities, performers, and athletes these days. Image affects all of us in today’s world. How we portray our lives and selves to others can become such an influential part of daily living that it can affect how we treat our bodies, health, and those close to us. Image can impact both physical and mental health in ways that...

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The Feeling: “I don’t care…”

Posted by on Jan 19, 2014 in Blog, Expectations, Mental-Emotional Health |

Ever had a feeling pop up that sounds like “I don’t care”? These moments can feel disconcerting when they do come up, but they’re also a part of life and can be valuable to go through. The thought “I don’t care” may not be saying you don’t care at all, but more so that you’re sick of caring about expectations and pressures that don’t suit who you are as a person. Sometimes we can get...

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The Blank Page

Posted by on Nov 17, 2013 in Blog, Everyday Health, Expectations, Expression |

Imagine pulling your resume up on the computer—and deleting it. Did your brain say “ouch” at the very thought of electronically crumpling up the piece of paper that claims to know everything you’re good at and that you should be striving for? The resume is a handy tool to get a job, and it’s also a confining piece of paper that can spark feelings of anxiety, inadequacy, and dissatisfaction. Even without the paper...

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