Published December 02, 2013
I’ve noticed recently that the first time a person cries in my presence, tears are followed by a profuse apology--the sort of apology you’d expect from a major faux pas, like stepping on someone’s toe.
Published November 20, 2013
A couple of weeks ago, the Washington Post corrected a description of a man from “thickset” to “muscular.” I started to wonder how we’d all feel if we started to self-correct when we slipped into judgmental body words.
Published May 14, 2013
With summer approaching, you might spend time preparing for swimsuit season. Rather than dreading this time of year, here are some tips to begin to practice appreciating your body so you can enjoy the sun
Published February 09, 2013
While it may feel simple to rely on someone else for directions or for help in building furniture, when we do so, we may lose sight of our own tremendous capacities
Published February 05, 2013
Given the economic climate, you need not fall into financial worries despite the heavy marketing pushing Valentine’s Day spending
Published December 23, 2012
As the year comes to an end, we may feel pulled to decide to start over next year. Instead of gathering debt, weight and negative feelings, celebrate the joy of the season and end this year with a sense of true fulfillment. To fully enjoy the holidays, we have to stay true to what we care about in the face of intense temptations
Published November 18, 2012
If you get stuck with the thought, “I ate too much this holiday, I can’t control my eating,” you may find yourself at risk of a month-long food fest.