a general therapy practice treating depression, anxiety, and relationship problems in teens and adults - special experience and emphasis on treating eating disorders and distorted body image.
upworthy.com "It may be the most important thing we do in life; learn how to love and be loved."
ww2.kqed.org Insurance companies say there's a shortage of therapists, yet one San Francisco psychologist tried for a year to be added to a network.
Being selfish is about connecting with, pleasing, entertaining, and loving yourself. When you do this, you prove to yourself that you deserve to be treated well. You wouldn’t put up with ill treatment from someone else. Reinforce that standard by being kind to yourself.
mindbodygreen.com Selfish people treat others badly, don’t have any real friends, and are incapable of love. Right? Wrong.
psychologytoday.com Labeling foods as "healthy" and "unhealthy" can lead to disordered eating.
Volunteering is good for you and your community!
baltimoremagazine.net Volunteer opportunities to help clean up, rebuild, and reconnect our communities.
medicalhealthnews.info Marc and Angel are two passionate writers, life-hackers, and the authors of 1000 Little Things Happy Successful People Do Differently. Here’s their list of 8 things to remember when everything goes…
brightside.me I need to remember this one!
buzzfeed.com Don't worry, they won't Google you or say hi to you at the bar.
Useful information for parents and non-parents alike.
thebodyisnotanapology.com When I see someone teaching kids to hate their bodies, I’m mad.Helping kids feel good about their bodies in this fat-phobic culture isn’t easy, and we need to be able to talk about body size in an open and non-judgmental way. Not only will they be exposed to messages in the media and on the playgrou…
verilymag.com So you don’t waste your life being tired all the time.
huffingtonpost.com In a time when social media has brought body shaming to an all time high we need some reminders. We need to stop being our own worst critics, remember our worth and find our happy, all while setting the example for our kids.
nytimes.com In this first batch of personal takes on how some readers found purpose in life, a surprising theme emerged.
megsanity.com Over the last week, my inbox has exploded with questions about the Dugger scandal. “What makes someone turn into a child abuser?” “How can I make sure my kids don’t inadvertently hurt someone when they get curious about s*x?” And my personal favorite: “Isn’t everyone just being too hard on Josh Dugg…
Good tips on starting therapy
buzzfeed.com Experts share their tips on finding the therapist who's right for you.
I see kids like this all of the time sadly. We need to change how we measure and talk about success.
nytimes.com In a California community synonymous with overachievement, heartache has led to urgent, necessary soul searching.
themid.com Is dinnertime a rodeo of bargains and negotiations? Try this.
"You’ll likely lose weight in the short term, but your chance of keeping if off for five years or more is about the same as your chance of surviving metastatic lung cancer: 5 percent. And when you do gain back the weight, everyone will blame you. Including you.
This isn’t breaking news; doctors know the holy trinity of obesity treatments—diet, exercise, and medication—don’t work. They know yo-yo dieting is linked to heart disease, insulin resistance, higher blood pressure, inflammation, and, ironically, long-term weight gain. Still, they push the same ineffective treatments, insisting they’ll make you not just thinner but healthier.
In reality, 97 percent of dieters regain everything they lost and then some within three years."
slate.com If you’re one of the 45 million Americans who plan to go on a diet this year, I’ve got one word of advice for you: Don’t. You’ll likely lose weight in the short term, but your chance of keeping if off for five years or more is about the same...
"Stop spending all day obsessing, cursing, perfecting your body like it’s all you’ve got to offer the world. Your body is not your art, it’s your paintbrush."
momastery.com Your body is not your masterpiece - your life is. It is suggested to us a million times a day that our BODIES are PROJECTS. They aren’t. Our lives are. Our spirituality is. Our relationships are. Our work is.
Clients often tell me that they feel uncomfortable working out because of their size. This video demonstrates that women of any size can get out there and move their bodies doing something they love. So inspiring!
youtube.com This Girl Can celebrates the women who are doing their thing no matter how they do it, how they look or even how sweaty they get. They’re here to inspire us ...
eatingdisorder.org Feb. 22-28, 2015 ~ FREE and open to the community ~ Something for everyone! #NEDAwareness Week
huffingtonpost.com Time is said to heal all wounds, but a new study suggests that the passing of days alone won't restore your broken heart after a breakup: You need to talk about it -- a lot. It may seem counterintuitive, but parsing out the details of the split an...
9 Facts That Disprove The Most Common Stereotypes About Fat People
everydayfeminism.com "I'm all about confidence, but this is just unhealthy." This is called concern trolling, and it needs to stop. Here's some actual information about being fat.
"Though they can be the biggest cause of stress and anxiety, Gilbert says we can learn a great deal from family. 'These are the greatest spiritual teachers of your life,' she says. 'And when you go into these situations where you feel your back going up and you're bristling -- watch it. Because this is an opportunity to have a real spiritual lesson where it counts, where the rubber meets the road.'"
huffingtonpost.com They may get under our skin, but best-selling author Elizabeth Gilbert says there are some things that only family can teach us. "I had a great teacher in India who said to me, 'If you think you're spiritual and evolved and enlightened, go h...
dangerousminds.net Without giving too much away, here’s a short animation by Andreas Hykade that shows in a very simplistic way what drug addiction is sorta like. The more the bird-like creature chases the high, the less he’s able to fly and the fall to earth gets bumpier each time. I’m not certain what the creature…
examiner.com A small victory in the eating disorder field was announced Oct.
mindbodygreen.com I woke up on the right side of the bed this morning. That is, until I attempted to get dressed and couldn't zip up the skirt I'd worn comfortably prior to a summer of travelling and barbeques. After
quotesdump.com Picture Quotes and Famous Sayings
It's true, BMI alone is not a good health indicator.
motherjones.com Body mass index is used to sell weight loss drugs, set insurance premiums, and counsel patients. There's just one little problem.
A recent study shows, "...the most sincere, forgiveness-inducing apologies include saying “I’m sorry,” offering to compensate in some way for the wrongdoing, and taking responsibility."
yahoo.com “It’s one of the largest, longest, and, we think, most definitive studies of the effects of conciliatory gestures on human conflict resolution ever conducted,” Michael McCullough, professor of psychology and lead researcher, said in a press release. He found that the most sincere, forgiveness-induci…
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Therapy for young adults (20s and 30s) and Teens. I have offices in Towson and Severna Park, MD.
A s*x-positive and LGBTQ+, consensual non-monogamy, and kink affirming therapy practice specializing in intimate relationships, s*xual health, and the transition to parenthood.
We specialize in helping women adjust to all stages of their adult life: from college to pregnancy (or infertility) through motherhood and menopause. We offer integrative, comprehensive mental health care through medication management and psychotherapy.
PsychNP Wellness Center, LLC is a private practice of psychiatric nurse practitioners and psychotherapists, providing professional, compassionate psychiatric services including psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and psychotherapy.
The Village Family Support Center of Baltimore
A mental health practice specializing in concussion and head injury, and complicated medical conditions that affect brain function. Our goal is to integrate emerging science and interpret it for you, since a paradigm shift is taking place, unknown to many
CMHC provides full range of integrated mental health services including Psychotherapy, Counseling, Life-coaching, Workshops, CEU classes, supervision etc.