Expand your relationship with food, while learning to appreciate, savor and bring a whole lot of enjoyment to your meals.→
Author: Elisha Goldstein
The more periods of low moods we have in life, the more likely we are to fall back into them again.
Here’s a mindfulness practice to break the cycle of ruminating thoughts that keep us stuck.
11 ways to snap out of autopilot and get back in touch with your body.→
Some habitual ways of thinking can keep us stuck in a negative loop. Cultivating awareness of these “mind traps” can help you shift your attention.→
Busy schedules, digital devices, long commutes—all of this leads to family members who are disconnected from each other as never before. Psychologists Stefanie and Elisha Goldstein show us ways to strengthen relationships, increase everyone’s well-being, and bring the family back together.→
These roadblocks keep us stuck in the depression loop: caught up in negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors as the brain anxiously rehashes past events and simultaneously rehearses a hopeless, catastrophic future. Here are some ways to avoid falling into these traps.→
Elisha and Stefanie Goldstein offer 11 ways to slow down and stay steady when anxiety trips you up.→
Bouts of depression range from the mild and infrequent to the severe and chronic. For serious depression, you should seek qualified help. But for any level of depression, it helps to know that underlying the darkness is happiness—and our brain is equipped with the means to uncover it.→
When it comes to our phones, it’s not just fear of missing out (FOMO) that keeps us attached and scrolling with abandon. It’s fear of keeping up (FOKU).→
Difficult people are messengers for our unhealed parts.→