Emotional Freedom Techniques

Why You Shouldn't Always Compliment Someone On Their Weight Loss

Kim Marshall | Posted 20.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Kim Marshall

Eating disorders aren't about food, eating or weight but this becomes the focus. I'm not saying that everyone who ever loses or puts on weight has an eating disorder, but it can often be as a response to unhappiness. So why not give that person the opportunity to talk, to open up about their feelings. That's more helpful than a compliment.

One Thing I Needed To Do Before I Became Free From My Eating Disorder

Kim Marshall | Posted 14.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Kim Marshall

I was determined to focus on my girls. I didn't want them to feel the pain I was feeling. But this meant I was neglecting my own grief. Who am I kidding? I didn't want to face it. I didn't choose to have an eating disorder but it became my way of coping, of controlling my life at a time when I felt I had no control.

Can You Shock Yourself Out of A Bad Habit?

Marina Gask | Posted 28.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Marina Gask

An American firm has come up with a wristband that jolts people into giving up bad habits. You just pick the behaviour you wish to prevent and choose the punishment - the wristband does the rest. Buzzes in your ear, demands a financial forfeit or even gives you a mild electric shock.

Is Everyone an Artist?

Elena Barbiero | Posted 15.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Elena Barbiero

The mere act of creating, designing and putting something on paper is incredibly complex. You touch emotions, you practice fine motor skills, planning, imagination. Some amatuer artists produce incredibly accomplished pieces, but that's not the point really. Scribbles can and do have the same dignity and importance.