Clients tell me they often wish not to care what people think of them. I’ve wished it many times myself! But it occurred to me the other day as I watched some people who should know better behaving badly that not caring what others think of us isn’t always a worthy goal after all. As usual, the subject is somewhat complicated.
Featured Post of the Day
- Why Feeling Cold Can Be a Dangerous Sign in Anorexia Nervosa Happy Monday friends! Once again, I’m going to discuss a topic that can help you combat the “I’m Fine Syndrome” – a term we at the ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders use to explain when a patient is in denial about the severity of his or her eating disorder. The subject is temperature regulation, and this one isn’t about life-threatening medical complications so much as it is about knowing your body when you’re in your disorder so that you can use good objective evidence of body suffering with your wise mind in order to combat the mean lies and distortions ... 270 views
This month’s Good News for Eating Disorders Recovery was just published, so I thought I would share the inspiring message with you here as well!
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You Can Hold Joy
I am reading a wonderful book right now (“Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking”).
In this book, the author shares that only about 50% of our personality type is determined by genetics.
The other 50% is determined by personal choice.