Binge eating is described as a pattern of disordered eating that involves episodes of uncontrollable eating. In some cases, it is a symptom of binge eating disorder or compulsive overeating disorder.
That’s were “It’s all in the mind” comes in.
“Nothing in the world can bother you as much as your own mind.” We all have people in our lives that bother us. Whether those be your family members, friends, spouses, or co-workers. Even strangers on the street or worse behind the wheel tend to set people off. Is it ever the other person, or is it just you? Lets keep it real. Sometimes it truly is the other person. Studies show that we tend to argue more with our spouses or whomever we live with more than with anyone else. I am still unsure as to why so many studies have been conducted to prove this point as it seems quite obvious as to why we argue with our co-habitants more than anyone else but either way this is true for most of us. Here is a silly example. This past weekend I was loading the dishwasher and my…
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It’s common to be intimidated by pretty women, but there are those who actually have a fear of beautiful women.
This phobia is known as Caligynophobia and is typically connected to a social phobia or social anxiety disorder. The fear of beautiful women can actually have an impact on both men and women.
In terms of beating depression over the long-term, exercise can be much more powerful as compared to medication. I’m not saying medication does not work because it totally does. However, exercise does something that only medication just can’t. It gives you a new identity. Every time you’re finished with a workout, you get an increased sense of self-confidence. The impact of such “small wins” can be so fulfilling.
“Ideas are essentially of zero value in themselves. So why fear the judgment and failure?”
Ideas are essentially of zero value in themselves.
So why fear the judgment and failure?
Only the valued ideas brought to life bring upon stares of awe and judgment from others. The successful ideas and creations that result from them are often blown out of proportion –a real life rags-to-riches story the inspires millions of people.
Of course, that in itself, is our problem. We only care to hear about successful ideas and beautiful victories.
There will always be more losses than victories, more failures than successes. It’s important for us to stop leaving out the failure chunk of the story. To try before continuously speaking.
The common excuse: Why bother trying when the rate of failure is so high and rate of success so low? And to an extent, the skeptics are right.
All we’re forgetting is that one success doesn’t come without many failures.
So be ready…
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Q: What is Histrionic Personality Disorder?
A: Histrionic personality disorder is a condition under “Cluster B” or “dramatic” personality disorders. People suffering from such disorders display extreme, unstable emotions and distorted self-images. For those who are suffering from histrionic personality disorder, their self-esteem is dependent on the others’ approval and does not come from a true feeling of self-worth. They have an over-the-top desire to be noticed, and for the most part behave dramatically or inappropriately in an attempt to get attention. The word histrionic means “dramatic or theatrical.”
This disorder is more commonly observed in women than in men and is typically evident come adolescence or early adulthood.