Jan 11, 2023 | Food & Diet, Self-EsteemAll too often, we look at the scale to drive our health goals and not at a values-based weight loss method. Pushing too hard to reach milestones can mean a departure from who you really are or even ignoring what truly matters to you. Weight loss with self-love is possible! Don’t let the numbers and goals replace what makes you, you! Instead, find liberation in letting your values drive your weight loss. This excerpt is from the popular audiobook, "The Diet Trap: Feed Your Psychological Needs and End the Weight Loss Struggle Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy".
Dec 15, 2021 | Personal Growth, Relationships, Self Care, Self-EsteemAfter a difficult loss or breakup, don’t go through it alone! Instead, focus on ways to build a support system. Though heartbreak can make us want to remain alone, putting in the effort to recognize who you can lean on and how they can help can make all the difference in the healing process. By reflecting on what kind of help you need from those you love, you begin the journey of healing after a breakup.
Feb 3, 2021 | Guided Meditation, Relationships, Self Care, Self-Esteem"Love Yourself" is a soothing and relaxing guided meditation created for women to help you open your heart and attract the love you want.
Sep 27, 2017 | Personal Growth, Relationships, Self Care, Self-EsteemWe know that good self-esteem can help us have a better, more fulfilling life. But if you’re exhausted from the pursuit of high self-esteem, clinical psychologist Dr. Christina Hibbert says may be time to consider something more holistic, gentle and effective. Today we’re sharing an excerpt from Dr. Christina Hibbert’s audiobook "Who Am I Without You? 52 Ways to Rebuild Self-Esteem After A Breakup." While this audiobook is full of tips for anyone struggling with the end of a relationship, it’s equally valuable for anyone looking for a life with more energy, gratitude, and focus. In this episode, Dr. Hibbert speaks from her experience with many clients who have tried and failed to improve their lives by working on their self-esteem. Instead, she suggests re-framing our concept of ourselves—and it begins with acceptance, rather than striving.