We are still trying to recover from chasing an unrealistic ideal of health.
Learn to be suspicious of thoughts that come to you while exhausted, hungry, and stressed.
Each of us is on a journey, and the detours can teach us just as much as the set path.
You will always have your body, so it’s best to love it.
It’s important to remember the symptoms of a panic attack are “just” caused by anxiety and are not life-threatening.
Allow yourself to heal, grieve, emote, release, and even cry. You cannot heal the wound you do not acknowledge.
Look hard for the bookshelves the next time you go home with someone.
If you tell a woman who despises her body that you think she’s incredibly sexy, she’s going to need a moment to process that.
Help boost our confidence, and you will survive the diet journey we are on.
Many men struggle with eating disorders and hate looking in the mirror. Others feel pressured to have the perfect body.
Steven Lake gives us some tips on how to chill during the holiday rush – without booze or drugs!
A little exercise that will make a big difference in your life.
How to feel good in a whole other way. Steven Lake looks at what it really takes to nourish yourself when in a relationship. It’s not about her.
Gardening provides numerous opportunities to connect with nature as well as get in a moderately intensive workout. Carly Wood shares more benefits of gardening here.
Spiritual Fitness is about Body, Mind, Spirit–but what does that look like in your daily life?