3 Ways to Lower Suicide Risk Among Veterans
Suicide rates among veterans are high. PTSD and depression are often a precursor to the high rates. See Steve Johnson's poignant description of help that is available.
What is the Most Important Thing?
The Anatomy of a Smile
How to Deck The Halls While Dreading Boughs of Holly
There's a ball of self-torture throbbing inside. You just want to go away, but you feel trapped and can't get away. Instead you have to pretend as though everything is fine, act as though you are well, and smile like you mean it. However, the Holidays have ways of finding you.
How to Make Lifestyle Changes by Practicing the Language For Change
Too often we talk about making a change and the response is one of silence. That's because there is an unused language for change. Language is the way we communicate with others and even with ourselves.
Making Resolutions Work
Counselor and hypnotherapist Dr. Carole Stokes-Brewer says people often set themselves up for failure by using language such as “I am a chronic smoker,” or “I am fat.” She says our mind reads such statements as a condition that won’t change, so it perpetuates the behavior.
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