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Introvert & Extrovert Sharing The Anxiety Of Shyness

Isolator, snob, introvert, stuck-up, or inhibited, words we’ve all heard before. These are some of the labels often used for people suffering from the same affliction: shyness. While shyness may be amusing in very young children, it can be devastating for adolescents and adults. Individuals who suffer from shyness tend to view other people as…

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Want to Lower Your Anxiety?

By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW Lower Your Anxiety: 6 STEPS TO CHANGE YOUR LIMITING BELIEFS   Talk in the third person, having a monologue with yourself. Talking about yourself out loud by name, can give you a psychological edge. It could help you perform better and be less anxious. Some people might think you’ve lost…

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Stop The Anxiety, Six Tips To a Healthier Mind

By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW In my seminars at Pritikin Longevity Center, I remind our guests that there’s another important component to healthy living, it’s having a healthy mind. When we’re able to reduce the stress in our lives and  cope with disturbing feelings we can stop the anxiety. We’re often more successful at sustaining our healthy…

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Difficult Relationships and the Three C’s that Fix Them

By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW   We’ve all had our fair share of bad relationships, but some just might be worth saving. If you’re in the midst of a difficult relationship but aren’t quite ready to throw in the towel, here “The Three C’s” that could help you out. 1. Communicate Communication is one…

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A New Approach to Losing Weight: Intuitive, Mindful Eating

By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW Those of us who have been plagued by a lifetime of dieting might just love this new approach to losing weight —“Eat whatever you want!” That’s right; it’s called intuitive eating, and the psychology behind it says that we can teach ourselves to listen to the inner cues we were…

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How to Escape a Toxic Relationship

By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW     Before you can get out of a toxic relationship, you have to admit you are in one. There are red flags of destructive relating; here are seven questions to ask yourself: 1. Can you be yourself with your partner? 2. Is your partner critical of you, constantly…

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Stop Your Cravings

By Dr. Coral Arvon, Ph.D. Sugar may be the most common craving, but it also has plenty of company; burgers and salty snacks are also high on many peoples got to have lists. I believe as much as 85% of the country’s obesity problem is tied to cravings, I see it all the time here…

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7 Key Strategies to Stop Binge Eating for Good

By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW Do You Binge? Seven Key Strategies to Stop Binge Eating For Good We all do it at one time or another. Some of us do it over and over again. Maybe it was the anxiety from a job or a relationship gone sour. Something threw our emotions into a tailspin,…

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