Gratitude

The holiday season is supposed to be full of happiness and cheer, but if we are going to be honest, it usually encompasses more stress and chaos then anything else. People are generally [...]

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Fear of Flying

When you work in the field of Psychology, acquaintances tend to casually consult you about their fears, their compulsions, or other unexplained quirks in their daily lives. One of the most [...]

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Moving Towards Change

All of us have our daily routines: wake up, use the bathroom, brush teeth, shower, get dressed, drink coffee, grab a snack and drive to work. Throwing any wrench in that schedule has the [...]

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Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers

Our daily lives are a constant barrage of triggers that lead to elevated stress levels. It has been scientifically proven that prolonged elevated levels of stress lead to chronic illnesses. Some [...]

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Mental Moment: Live Like a Buddhist

We can live life like a Buddhist: letting go of attachment to thoughts and things. We do not have to allow things to permeate our thought process. We do have control over it. Let it go I was just [...]

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Letting it (all) go

I frequently have conversations with clients around ‘control’. Why? Because as humans we tend to get so caught up in what if and negative thinking and it consumes us. And when these [...]

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You want to PR in Boston

If you want to PR in Boston here are some things to think about. I’ve been working with a couple of elite Boston female runners and these are things we’ve been working on and [...]

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What’s the talk all about

I am working with a female triathlete who is dealing with several challenging issues, but the most difficult issue for this athlete, as is true for many athletes, has been her negative self talk. [...]

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