Reacting to the article " Couple's happiness: your actions matter, also your words", a sender ended her email writing: " (...) even if he is loving and caring, I'm not sure that he loves me because he never says so. His actions might be out of kindness or just because we are used to each… Continue reading Words and Actions
This is not a Covid-19 post, even if the message is up to our current times. This is about the fact that despite our family situation, marital status, fatherhood, motherhood, leadership or whatever position that we have related to human interactions, we are individual beings. It is healthy to spend some time alone, reflect,… Continue reading My space.
"Who stands for something, will never fall for nothing." Bases. The first thing I like to say in this matter to patients and friends is that individual improvement is, as the concept implies, very PERSONAL and it needs in first place a solid base of ACCEPTANCE. Improvement plans based on external demands and pressures, saying… Continue reading The Value of a Purpose in Personal Improvement.
She did cut her hair. The new look was amazing, and she was like hovering around, fullfilings daily tasks with a new smile and a renewed liveliness; careless of the inquisitive looks or the judgemental gestures. Truth is she didn't actually care. That new unapologetic glam was showing the real meaning of not to give… Continue reading “Hair do”
“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.” — Marcus Aurelius Caring too much about external opinions. What others think of you is their criteria, not your reality. It is insane believing that others opinion should matter enough to lead our actions when, guess what:… Continue reading “The Need of Control and the heavy anchor of External Opinions (Part 2)”
"When the delicate balance of self and others perception shifts because we begin seeking approval or attempting to control outcomes, we become externally focused and can literally lose sight of our essential nature". Michael J. Formica for Psychology Today At certain moments in our life we can hear others advising us: 《you have to move… Continue reading “The Need of Control and the heavy anchor of the External Opinions (Part 1)”
How hard following a healthy lifestyle could be? Are you able to accomplish at least one third of what for some people is a way of living? What about to try it now that you have plenty of time during this COVID-19 outbreak? Ok, knowing how many things could imply to beat a change like… Continue reading “The Healthy Lifestyle Day: a Rehearsal”
We are what we eat! This statement is present in every religious book, in every life advices magazine or in each philosophy manifesto; everywhere. I teach that constantly to my patients and friends, not just to repeat what it's been said, but because I truly believe on it after watching its impact and also experience… Continue reading “Why an adequate nutrition is the most important of all the healthy lifestytle changes?”
Smart advice of the day, sisters: "If having love issues, never get sadder, get more beautiful instead!! And I don't mean only external beauty. I'm talking about spending that precious new free time growing yourself and upgrading to your next best version; instead of increasing your tears or feeding those useless self-pity feelings. So you… Continue reading ” Love yourself; the rest will come.”
Human relationships are based on agreements and commitments, despite other things, which are marked by the couple itself or the society, the law, religion, family and whatever institution you do follow, or are expected to follow. In the first instance if you are not clear on what you are committing to and second, if you… Continue reading Acknowledgment of receipt: “Forgiveness.”