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Oftentimes when we try to break a bad habit, we swing to extremes: from restriction, to over-indulgence and back again. Here is how to stop the pendulum from swinging.
‘Tis the season to make New Year’s resolutions. Depressing statistics thrown around this time of year inform us that very few possess a level of self-control to make New Year’s resolutions last more than a few weeks. That doesn’t mean New Year’s resolutions are pointless, it just means you need the right tools. Here are […]
For almost my entire life, I’ve been running away from my emotions. For the most part, I didn’t like how emotions felt. If a feeling wasn’t blatantly positive (like happiness or excitement), I wanted nothing to do with it. I labeled most of my feelings bad, and the experience of these emotions ranged from a […]
When we think of habit change, we usually focus on the behavior—“STOP DOING THAT!”—and then we wonder why it doesn’t work. When you’re caught up in a cycle of engaging with a bad habit you’ve been trying to let go of for a long time, there’s a lot of mental baggage there. You might think, […]
“On one level, wisdom is nothing more than the ability to take your own advice.” – Sam Harris Two months ago, I was happy, productive, and excited for summer. I was eating well and being creative and exercising every day. My next book was percolating, and I felt giddy as I plotted out the lives […]
It happens to the best of us. You get an idea of what you want to accomplish: how you’re going to perfect your life…how you’ll tame your appetites…how you’re going to become rich…or how your home (or your body) is going to look like a magazine spread. You start making plans. You’re going to perform […]
1. Pay Attention The first step to stop emotional eating is to get off autopilot. Take out a notebook and write down the following observations: what is the behavior you want to change? Do you skip meals, and then devour a whole pizza? Do you snack mindlessly all day? Or do you eat when you’re […]