Catastrophizing: How to Stop Making Yourself Anxious & Depressed

Catastrophizing: How to Stop Making Yourself Anxious & Depressed

Catastrophizing – i.e. expecting things to go bad, is a type of cognitive distortion that can lead to all kinds of anxious and depressed feelings. In this video I teach some CBT tools to help you stop this thought error and start thinking in ways the will make you feel a lot better.

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10 Changes You NEED to Make to Lose Stubborn Belly Fat

Struggling to lose belly fat? This article describes 10 of the most common problems preventing people from losing stubborn fat, and provides 10 in-depth solutions to each problem. Implement these 10 changes and you’ll see amazing results!

5 Signs You Need to See an ENT Doctor

When should you go to an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) doctor instead of your regular family physician? Here are a few signs that says an ENT is probably your best bet.

7 Things To Expect After Bladder Suspension Surgery

All surgeries come with risks. Here are 7 things to expect after bladder suspension surgery.

5 Reasons To Consider Osteopathic Treatment for Baby Colic

What all medical professionals will tell you is that colicky babies do not become colicky toddlers and certain not colicky adults. It does end. But exhausted parents want an end to it sooner than later, and often seek out medical help to see if it can actually be curtailed. You might want to consider osteopathic treatment.

Fitness: Getting Started

Americans have adapted to a lifestyle of convenience and technology where fast food has become part of everyday life. We are at a point where more people are dying of diseases caused by a combination of over abundance of food and sedentary life-style than from starvation. However, if asked the typical American would report a desire to improve their overall fitness and a majority of Americans do just this every January.