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adinasilvestri.com quote of the day let it grow

11-22-17 Quote of the day: Let it grow!

So, what if, instead of thinking about solving your whole life, you just think about adding additional good things. One at a time. Just let your pile of good things grow.

Mindful Eating

Mindful Eating: Controlling the Binge

by Mayah Taylor, MA When we talk about binge eating, a key characteristic is frequently eating large quantities of food and feeling unable to stop eating. Other characteristics of binge eating are the sense of lack of control over eating during a binge episode, eating even when not full or hungry, and eating rapidly during […]

adinasilvestri.com quote of the day It's temporary

11-13-17 Quote of the day: It’s temporary.

Every situation in life is temporary. So, when life is good, make sure you enjoy and receive it fully. And when life is not so good, remember that it will not last forever and better days are on the way.

adinasilvestri.com the angry teen blog

Anger Management Spotlight: The Angry Teen

by Mayah Taylor, MA Parenting a teenager is no easy task. These formative years (the teenage years) are what many feel made you the independent, productive person you are today. And you want the same for your child, right?!  During this time, your child is challenged with finding their sense of self and developing their […]

adinasilvestri.com quote of the day Empaths

11-8-17 Quote of the day: Empaths

Empaths be like…I don’t just listen to your words, I listen to your use of words, your tone, your body movements, your eyes, your subtle facial expressions. I interpret your silences-I can hear everything you don’t say in words. -HigherPerspective

The Angry Wife

Anger Management Spotlight: The Angry Wife

The Angry Wife: Coping with Anger by Mayah Taylor, MA, QMHP Anger is not limited to just one gender nor is it limited to only males. Females express their anger in different ways too. They also experience anger differently than males do. In her article, Anger Across the Gender Divide, Melissa Dittmann discusses a research […]