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If you saw your friend unable to walk because of a broken leg, you probably wouldn’t try to fix it yourself, and you probably wouldn’t tell your friend to just “deal with it and be strong.” No, …[Read More]
This weekend we’re in Colorado participating in the annual Fitness and Health Social Media Conference. What’s a blog written primarily by psychologists doing at a fitness conference?
The answer is right there in this blog’s name: Your mind, your body. Healthy minds need healthy bodies. Healthy bodies need healthy minds. Psychologists help people overcome obstacles and …[Read More]
Most of us can conjure up some images of family vacations gone awry, but we can also look back at family vacations with great fondness and warmth because of shared moments with loved ones. I am not insinuating that family vacations are all fun and no stress–vacations can be quite stressful if you do not …[Read More]
You know the drill when you’re stressed about a deadline. The day is much too short, so you stay up a few more hours and try to make some progress. Even if you get only three to four hours of sleep, you tell yourself, you can have caffeine in the morning to get through the …[Read More]