see video version Jo struggled with staying on track with her nutrition and exercise goals. She’d do well for a bit, then she lost her drive. During one of our sessions, she said, “I will do anything to help someone else stay on track. Why can’t I do that for myself?” She can’t do that […]
see video version Faith finally made it up the corporate ladder to the C-suite after a mighty struggle to balance work and family. Her younger counterparts had zipped up the ladder with ease, but they weren’t moms. She wouldn’t have done it any other way, but after years of looking after everyone else, she was
see video version The other night, I was relaxing in our den, and the boys were strewn across the blanket over my legs as cats often do. This was lovely, but then I got very hot. I didn’t really want to disturb them, so I reached to turn on a little fan on the table
See Video Version Joey the cat only has three legs. He arrived at the rescue when he was maybe 6 weeks old, and his front left leg hung from his shoulder. It didn’t seem to bother him as his joy of life in play often made the rescue’s video highlight reel on Facebook. His physical
see video Jan was taking a supplement that kept her hunger under control, and she did well enough on nutrition, steadily losing a pound a week. Then she had a really rough day at work, and she needed a moment. She successfully bypassed the vending machine and chose to take a walk around the block.
see video version There are SECRETS: The Weight Loss Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know Secret one: It’s NOT the latest Diet It’s trendy to say, “Diets don’t work.” They all work for someone however strict or crazy they are, but abandoning them and returning to our old ways of eating dooms them to failure.
See Video Version Who are you when you’re at your best? Most of us have a vivid image of who we are at our worst — that’s easy, isn’t it? The vision of our best? That’s a little harder to think about. Yet without a vision, it feels elusive, like it’s not really possible
Video Version Two Groups: LOVE resolutions DESPISE resolutions. Very few fall in the middle. It’s logical – something that annually presents us with almost certain failure is hard to like, yet it’s the expected failure that creates the issue. You can keep a resolution, but willpower is not one of the tools for success. The
See Video Version “And the Soul Felt Its Worth” It’s a line from my favorite Christmas carol, O Holy Night. A number of years ago, someone pointed out this line that I’d sung for years but had never registered — and every day in my counseling and coaching practice, I see the epidemic of the
See Video Versionhttps://youtu.be/d57zhokh6Z4 My neighbors have two large wooden ornaments in their front lawn, each painted with the word “JOY.” Makes me smile every time I see it. Add some twinkling lights, parties, carols, and the laughter of celebrating, and it’s the holiday season! Do you feel it? It’s a tough season for many who