Monthly Archives: December 2013

Check out a link

This is geared toward people who are in recovery from addictions, but it actually includes some great tips for anyone who wants to get through a particular party or a particular season without over-drinking or otherwise getting inadvertantly too intoxicated. … Continue reading

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SMART New Year’s Resolutions

As we start to look at the traditional season of change (the gyms really do get more full in January), the question arises of what works best for change. Well, there’s a clever little acronym that helps us to remember … Continue reading

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“Tis the Season…”

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Don’t Blame The Unconscious?

http://www.npr.org/blogs/13.7/2013/06/24/195037501/don-t-blame-your-unconscious-mind I was originally going to comment on this when I flagged it, but on looking at it again, I don’t know if there’s much to say, except to remember the old saying, “Actions speak louder than words.” Of course, … Continue reading

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I would never belong to a club that would have me as a member

Remember that one? Apparently the actual quote is: But it’s one of ┬áthose bits of humor that has a bitter seed of truth. And as it turns out, in the world of cognitive therapy, there’s a name for it: discounting. … Continue reading

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