Memories can bring up many things for us. Sadness, regret, longing and at times, gloom. But memories can also be a way to strengthen ourselves. They can be like an inner armor. Thinking about memories and situations of loss or longing, we can sometimes feel deep and difficult emotions. But these memories also remind us … More Your Memories Can Be Your Armor
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You cannot out-smart regret, but you can out-live it ____ You cannot unmake your past, but your past can unmake you. You are unmade by regret, by rumination and when you reject the opportunities that make you come alive. When we avoid risk, we find ourselves on the sidelines watching life go by. There are … More Is Regret Robbing You of Your Well Being?
What eats at you makes you. It drives you. ___ Science got it wrong. You are not what you eat. As I age I am realising that time is not always friendly. I hope that I have a lot of years ahead of me but I don’t want to reach retirement and feel like I wasted … More Binge Eating: You Are What Eats at You
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Regret. The word moves through your mouth like it consists of molasses and peanut butter. It is a slow word that lingers on the ledge of the tongue. Regret must be pretty good, because we have all tasted it. Rehearsing regret can trigger cravings to eat, to drink alcohol or to go shopping. Trust me, I … More Do you have the Canine Regret Gene?
Science is a nice, fun way to pass the time (if you like reading textbooks and listening to monotone people lecture). Sometimes science gets it wrong. This is one of those times. You have heard the statement “You are what you eat.” I think it is a lie. Follow me, years ago (that is a … More You are what eats at you