Blogs about Mental Health

Have you Ever Lied to your Coach or Personal Trainer? This Could Be the Surprising Reason Why

 After writing this post on why men lie, it occurred to me that lying to coaches and trainers is probably a significant issue, so here we go!

Jack Lalanne’s Key to Being Unstoppable and a Bizarre Discovery about Human Nature

In an interview, I had the very fortunate opportunity to ask Jack Lalanne the questions I had been dying to ask him for 25 years. He was 93 at the time, two years before his passing. What’s your secret? How have you stayed so healthy and committed for so long? What makes the difference between a Jack Lalanne and an average person? 

Fit Mind and Body

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Lacking Focus?

We are going to take a step back in this 

3 Ways/Methods to deal with bad news... :-(

7 Reasons WHY You Have Not Reached Your Health and Fitness Goals: #1 The Emotional Toll

Less than 10% Lose Weight Permanently. If you read my recent articles, you know I gave up a “

National Suicide Prevention Month

Did you know suicide is currently the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S.?  On average the U.S.has approximatly 17 suicides  per day.  That's staggering!  What can you do to help?  Please follow this link for tips and information how YOU can help prevent suicide and educate those around you.  Remember, sometimes it's simply one small act that can change someone's life.  It starts with us.https://afsp.org

5 tips to help you find a Psychologist in Australia

Talking about your mental health concerns can be quite frightening and isolating. Your friends and family can help but confiding in them is risky as you may be misunderstood or judged unfairly.

Can Exercise Cure Depression and Anxiety?

At the age of 16, Heather Troupe received a diagnosis of chronic severe depression and a prescription for an antidepressant. Eight years and 20 pounds later, she was sleeping poorly, felt a lot of anxiety and had lost her therapist because of insurance complications. Looking to “fix herself,” as Troupe, of Knoxville, Tenn., put it, she began using an elliptical machine every day at the gym, hoping to sweat away what was ailing her. 

Back to the Drawing Board

March definitely had its ups and downs.  But, no problem, it just means that life is rolling along, and that’s a good thing.