Emotional Fitness

Relapse – A Realistic Part of the Recovery Process

by

A lesson I wish the SAT covered: Intellectualizing your feelings and actually feeling them are NOT the same. This would likely have served me much better in life than the FOIL method for multiplying binomials.  Maybe that’s just me???  Doubtful.  Truth bomb: I’ve had an ED relapse countless times since I first acknowledged that I had a serious ...

No tags 2

Self Compassion: The Key to Living a Non-Toxic Life

by

To my fellow autoimmune warriors and those simply curious about the benefits of non-toxic skincare and beauty...I am honored that Primally Pure, one of my favorite non-toxic brands, published a post on their inspiring Pure Life blog that I recently wrote about self compassion as a key component for embracing a non-toxic lifestyle. I personally ...

No tags 0

I’m Tired, I’m Lonely, and I’m Afraid

by

I’ve sat down to write a post no less than 20 times over the past 3 months. It’s almost comical how many open tabs I currently have in Chrome beginning with the titles like “5 steps I have taken to…”, “The best 3 ways…”, and “The most effective methods for…” I’ve been told ad nauseum from ...

No tags 2

Most Likely to be Yourself

by

Does anyone remember their high school superlative categories??? I had an interesting conversation with colleagues during a recent impromptu post-work happy hour. The candid nature of our conversation made me not only grateful for having an opportunity to work with young, bright, driven, and refreshingly unique individuals but also brought up a topic I had long ...

No tags 0