It’s impossible to experience anxiety unless I have attached to a thought that isn’t true for me. It’s that simple. _Byron Katie
Holiday meals. I hear it all the time in the office, “I am skipping this holiday party. I’ll say I have a headache.” Food focused events are hardly a relaxing and enjoyable time for individuals who suffer from anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating. It can be difficult to focus on the social connections of holiday […]
-Mayah Taylor, MA Group therapy is often a least considered type of therapy. It can seem intimidating at first thought. Some reasons why are, we do not want to share our problems with others, we feel afraid of speaking in front of a group of people, or we are fearful of how people will perceive […]
Today I decided to forgive you. Not because you apologized or because you acknowledged the pain you caused me, but because my soul deserves to be free.
The quieter you become, the more you can hear. #Truth
-Mayah Taylor, MA Recovering from Eating Disorders can be a long journey full of challenges. There are many obstacles that may stand in the way of your recovery from an eating disorder. One particular obstacle is being a people pleaser. People pleasing consists of often trying to be who others want you to be and […]
-Mayah Taylor, MA Holidays can be a time filled with much joy and happiness. It is a time centered around togetherness and being with your family and friends. For some people the holiday season means that their social calendar is bursting with family reunions, holiday parties, and other holiday related social events. The holiday season […]
Rule number 1 is, don’t sweat the small stuff. Rule number 2 is, it’s all small stuff. -Robert Eliot