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Are you or someone you know anxious, depressed, stuck or STRESSED? Do you feel you might benefit from talking through some of your life issues no matter how big or small? At times we could all use a listening ear Continue reading Welcome to Sole to Soul Therapy & Consulting, LLC
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Physicians should be prescribing exercise but they don’t (click here to read more). Many of them also do not know how to have conversations surrounding those behaviors that their patients should or should not be doing that “accounts for 50 Continue reading Rx: More exercise
All this talk about change: stages of change, processes of change, change talk… How does a person step into and make lasting change? By tapping into what motivates them. Remember I asked about the thing you had considered changing but Continue reading What is your motivation?
What is one sure fire way to predict behavior change (besides evidence of the change actually taking place)? If we regularly engage with people regarding behavior change, how do we recognize whether others are ready for change? By listening to Continue reading Whose time? Mine or yours?
“My friend says she wants to change so and so, and I told her what she ought to do but she just doesn’t do it. I don’t know what her problem is.” Sound familiar? Hopefully by now I have described Continue reading Conversation about change
Previously I addressed ambivalence. The behavior change looms out there but there are reasons that an individual remains stuck in the behavior and doesn’t move in the direction of change. Arguments made for change cause the person to dig in Continue reading Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes
Quick question: What is one thing you’ve thought about changing in your life that if you did make that change you would feel overall healthier or better off physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, financially, or spiritually? Maybe there is more than Continue reading Ambivalence: To change or not to change?
Remember the commercial of an egg and a frying pan? This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs. New academic research supports evidence that a walk in nearby nature, such as a park, reduces some of the stress Continue reading Your brain on a walk
I know I don’t look like a runner, but I am, in fact, a runner. Runners come in all shapes and sizes. I’m not a lean, 5-minute-mile runner, but I run and that makes me a runner. If you had Continue reading That first step