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Whether we are conscious of it or not, we make excuses all of the time. Phrases like “I’m too tired” or “I’m too busy” tend to surface whenever we know we should be doing something, but aren’t. It is difficult to stop oneself from making excuses, as it is the mind’s natural defense against doing things we … Continue reading 4 Effective Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable
At times, the light at the end of the tunnel can seem dim, too far away, or completely nonexistent. It’s easy to give up, it can be appealing to put an abrupt end to any struggle you’re going through. It’s easier to say “I can’t” than “I can” when times get tough, but persistence is … Continue reading Goal Visualization
Family game nights, banishment of the television set, limited electronic access, and intense scheduling are all things people think they need to do to build and nurture a close-knit family structure, but what if I told you that these things were not the case? What if I told you that the family dynamic you want … Continue reading The Whole Family can Practice Good Health
Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, Red Mountain Weight Loss® Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist 3 Steps to Stop Self-Sabotage This is a simple and extremely effective process to help you stop self-sabotage. 1. Identify the self-sabotaging thoughts and behaviors In order to create change, you will first need to become aware of what it … Continue reading Dr. Kim: Self-Talk Yourself to Success!
Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, Red Mountain Weight Loss®’s Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist What is “mindfulness”? Have you ever heard the expressions “be in the moment” or “be in the here and now”? These are different ways of saying, “be mindful of the present moment.” According to the Center for Mindful Eating (www.tcme.org/principles.htm), … Continue reading Be Mindful, Not Mindless
Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, Red Mountain Weight Loss’s Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist 1. Begin by setting one small SMART goal: · Write your goal according to the SMART format: Specific, Measurable, Attainable,Realistic, and Time-bound (deadline) · How will you know when you’ve achieved your goal? · Consider possible obstacles and how to overcome them · With what non-food … Continue reading Dr. Kim: 10 Ways to Increase Motivation