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  • imaginelifetherapy - The Chronic Illness Therapist @imaginelifetherapy 1 day ago
  • It’s Wednesday #spoonies! This week I’m bringing you a video about CBT (cognitive Behavior Therapy) - what is it? Why do so many people use it? And what can it do for me? Stay tuned for the video and blog to drop! Until it does, hows your week going? Drop an emoji in the comments that sums up your week 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 It’s Wednesday #spoonies! This week I’m bringing you a video about CBT (cognitive Behavior Therapy) - what is it? Why do so many people use it? And what can it do for me? Stay tuned for the video and blog to drop! Until it does, hows your week going? Drop an emoji in the comments that sums up your week 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
  • It’s Wednesday #spoonies! This week I’m bringing you a video about CBT (cognitive Behavior Therapy) - what is it? Why do so many people use it? And what can it do for me? Stay tuned for the video and blog to drop! Until it does, hows your week going? Drop an emoji in the comments that sums up your week 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
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  • holistiq_ - Alisha | Migraine Wellness @holistiq_ 2 days ago
  • Before I do anything, I first do nothing. #todaysaffirmation⁣⁣
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Do you need a reminder to rest, and rest without guilt? 🙋🏻‍♀️ Having a whole day free has me feeling very A.D.D. about everything I want (or feel the need) to do. My head reminds me that it's still uneasy from Sunday's migraine (the worst one I've had maybe ever?). Not to mention yesterday's activity... Yes, it's ok to slooooow down. So just a reminder to us all. REST! 🖤
⁣⁣ Before I do anything, I first do nothing. #todaysaffirmation⁣⁣ ⁣ Do you need a reminder to rest, and rest without guilt? 🙋🏻‍♀️ Having a whole day free has me feeling very A.D.D. about everything I want (or feel the need) to do. My head reminds me that it's still uneasy from Sunday's migraine (the worst one I've had maybe ever?). Not to mention yesterday's activity... Yes, it's ok to slooooow down. So just a reminder to us all. REST! 🖤 ⁣⁣
  • Before I do anything, I first do nothing. #todaysaffirmation⁣⁣ ⁣ Do you need a reminder to rest, and rest without guilt? 🙋🏻‍♀️ Having a whole day free has me feeling very A.D.D. about everything I want (or feel the need) to do. My head reminds me that it's still uneasy from Sunday's migraine (the worst one I've had maybe ever?). Not to mention yesterday's activity... Yes, it's ok to slooooow down. So just a reminder to us all. REST! 🖤 ⁣⁣
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  • imaginelifetherapy - The Chronic Illness Therapist @imaginelifetherapy 3 days ago
  • This quote reminds us of 2 things:
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#1:  Never Underestimate Others. We should never pre-judge another person’s abilities. So often in life it is those you might never expect that end up changing the world and doing big things.
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#2: Never Underestimate Yourself. So often, we are self critical and underestimate our own abilities. We assume things are too hard, or above our capacity to handle. We often stop ourselves from trying new things out of fear that we are not someone who could accomplish it. We don’t give ourselves the credit that we may be that person that can do things that no one can imagine. This quote reminds us of 2 things: ❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️ #1: Never Underestimate Others. We should never pre-judge another person’s abilities. So often in life it is those you might never expect that end up changing the world and doing big things. ❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️ #2: Never Underestimate Yourself. So often, we are self critical and underestimate our own abilities. We assume things are too hard, or above our capacity to handle. We often stop ourselves from trying new things out of fear that we are not someone who could accomplish it. We don’t give ourselves the credit that we may be that person that can do things that no one can imagine.
  • This quote reminds us of 2 things: ❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️ #1: Never Underestimate Others. We should never pre-judge another person’s abilities. So often in life it is those you might never expect that end up changing the world and doing big things. ❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️🙌🏻❤️ #2: Never Underestimate Yourself. So often, we are self critical and underestimate our own abilities. We assume things are too hard, or above our capacity to handle. We often stop ourselves from trying new things out of fear that we are not someone who could accomplish it. We don’t give ourselves the credit that we may be that person that can do things that no one can imagine.
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  • intendedwell - Sharon Leggio Falchuk, FMCHC @intendedwell 6 days ago
  • It may be the day after Valentine’s Day, but every day should be HEART day! For some reason I have always tended to scroll past the articles about heart health…I’m thin, I eat well, I have more relevant (to me & my clients) topics to research. The truth is I think I just can’t emotionally handle the fact that cardiovascular disease is so very prevalent, especially for women. It’s right up there with Cancer, yet something about it scares me even more. With Cancer I tend to think at least I would have a chance to seek out treatments & do some trial-and-error adjustments in my life. However, with heart issues (especially attacks) I think of it more as ambushing people, & BOOM, that’s it.
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The one doctor who has completely changed my mind on this topic is @deanornishmd. Dr. Ornish, clinical professor of medicine, is founder and president of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute. His “Undo It With Ornish” Program for Reversing Heart Disease is scientifically proven to reverse heart disease with lifestyle change. As I said, the science is there, but what I love to see is testimonials like this, “After just 9 weeks on the program, they’ve suspended my heart transplant.” Also impressive (especially to me as a health coach) is the fact that a year after the program almost 90% of participants are still committed to this new way of living. That’s no small feat.
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His work is the basis for how I help my clients, because this approach goes for all chronic disease, across the board. I don’t recommend just any old book I pick up, because there are a ton out there & I read a lot, but this is one that should be in everyone’s home. All it takes is getting started, because the benefits will come quickly for most, which will keep you motivated to keep going! I’m no longer afraid to stare cardiovascular disease right in the face (er, heart), because Dr. Ornish has provided a roadmap out of it.
✨🗺🥗🚴🏽‍♀️🧘🏽‍♀️🛌💑👨‍👩‍👧‍👦💚✨ It may be the day after Valentine’s Day, but every day should be HEART day! For some reason I have always tended to scroll past the articles about heart health…I’m thin, I eat well, I have more relevant (to me & my clients) topics to research. The truth is I think I just can’t emotionally handle the fact that cardiovascular disease is so very prevalent, especially for women. It’s right up there with Cancer, yet something about it scares me even more. With Cancer I tend to think at least I would have a chance to seek out treatments & do some trial-and-error adjustments in my life. However, with heart issues (especially attacks) I think of it more as ambushing people, & BOOM, that’s it. 💣💥💔 The one doctor who has completely changed my mind on this topic is @deanornishmd. Dr. Ornish, clinical professor of medicine, is founder and president of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute. His “Undo It With Ornish” Program for Reversing Heart Disease is scientifically proven to reverse heart disease with lifestyle change. As I said, the science is there, but what I love to see is testimonials like this, “After just 9 weeks on the program, they’ve suspended my heart transplant.” Also impressive (especially to me as a health coach) is the fact that a year after the program almost 90% of participants are still committed to this new way of living. That’s no small feat. ✨👨🏻‍⚕️🧠📈✨ His work is the basis for how I help my clients, because this approach goes for all chronic disease, across the board. I don’t recommend just any old book I pick up, because there are a ton out there & I read a lot, but this is one that should be in everyone’s home. All it takes is getting started, because the benefits will come quickly for most, which will keep you motivated to keep going! I’m no longer afraid to stare cardiovascular disease right in the face (er, heart), because Dr. Ornish has provided a roadmap out of it. ✨🗺🥗🚴🏽‍♀️🧘🏽‍♀️🛌💑👨‍👩‍👧‍👦💚✨
  • It may be the day after Valentine’s Day, but every day should be HEART day! For some reason I have always tended to scroll past the articles about heart health…I’m thin, I eat well, I have more relevant (to me & my clients) topics to research. The truth is I think I just can’t emotionally handle the fact that cardiovascular disease is so very prevalent, especially for women. It’s right up there with Cancer, yet something about it scares me even more. With Cancer I tend to think at least I would have a chance to seek out treatments & do some trial-and-error adjustments in my life. However, with heart issues (especially attacks) I think of it more as ambushing people, & BOOM, that’s it. 💣💥💔 The one doctor who has completely changed my mind on this topic is @deanornishmd. Dr. Ornish, clinical professor of medicine, is founder and president of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute. His “Undo It With Ornish” Program for Reversing Heart Disease is scientifically proven to reverse heart disease with lifestyle change. As I said, the science is there, but what I love to see is testimonials like this, “After just 9 weeks on the program, they’ve suspended my heart transplant.” Also impressive (especially to me as a health coach) is the fact that a year after the program almost 90% of participants are still committed to this new way of living. That’s no small feat. ✨👨🏻‍⚕️🧠📈✨ His work is the basis for how I help my clients, because this approach goes for all chronic disease, across the board. I don’t recommend just any old book I pick up, because there are a ton out there & I read a lot, but this is one that should be in everyone’s home. All it takes is getting started, because the benefits will come quickly for most, which will keep you motivated to keep going! I’m no longer afraid to stare cardiovascular disease right in the face (er, heart), because Dr. Ornish has provided a roadmap out of it. ✨🗺🥗🚴🏽‍♀️🧘🏽‍♀️🛌💑👨‍👩‍👧‍👦💚✨
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