Category: mind

  • What Does Psychosomatic Mean?

    What Does Psychosomatic Mean?

    “Psychosomatic” is a term used in medicine and psychology to describe a condition or symptom that has both psychological and physical components. It suggests a connection between a person’s mental or emotional state and their physical health. Here are key points to understand about the term “psychosomatic”: Understanding the concept of psychosomatic symptoms is important…

  • Effects of All-or-Nothing Thinking

    Effects of All-or-Nothing Thinking

    “All-or-nothing thinking,” also known as black-and-white thinking or dichotomous thinking, is a cognitive distortion or thinking pattern in which individuals perceive situations or events in extreme, either/or terms, with no middle ground or shades of gray. This type of thinking can have various negative effects on a person’s mental and emotional well-being, relationships, and decision-making.…

  • The Importance of Measuring Stress

    The Importance of Measuring Stress

    Stress, when left unmanaged, can lead to a cascade of negative effects on physical, mental, and emotional health. By measuring stress, you gain insights into its impact on your body and mind, allowing you to implement effective strategies to reduce its influence and prevent potential health complications. In today’s fast-paced world, stress has become a…

  • Embracing Body Positivity

    Embracing Body Positivity

    In a world that often dictates unrealistic beauty standards, body positivity has emerged as a powerful movement. It advocates for self-acceptance, challenging the notion that our worth is solely determined by our physical appearance. By embracing body positivity, we can foster a healthier relationship with our bodies, promote self-love, and inspire others to do the…

  • Unhealthy Coping Mechanisms

    Unhealthy Coping Mechanisms

    Life is filled with challenges, stressors, and unexpected events that can sometimes overwhelm us. In order to navigate these difficulties, individuals often develop coping mechanisms to help manage their emotions and maintain a sense of control. However, not all coping mechanisms are healthy or beneficial in the long run. In this article, we will explore…

  • What is Wellness?

    What is Wellness?

    Wellness is a state of optimal physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. It is a positive approach to living that emphasizes taking care of oneself in order to achieve one’s full potential. In today’s fast-paced world, it can be easy to neglect our own well-being in favor of…

  • Chronic Pain, understand and then forget

    Chronic Pain, understand and then forget

    Chronic pain affects 1 in 5 people around the world, yet in large part we treat it poorly because we fail to understand its basic nature.

  • Mind-Body Temple: A Self-Directed Approach to Managing Chronic Pain and Elevating your life

    Mind-Body Temple: A Self-Directed Approach to Managing Chronic Pain and Elevating your life

    This book is designed to take you through a journey of healing for managing your chronic pain and elevating your life.  It starts with some information about chronic pain and an overview of different conditions that cause chronic pain. This is followed by describing the impact of chronic pain on life, and how to manage it…