PSYCHVINE

Tag: gratitude

Mashed potatoes—one of our favorite holiday foods.  Green bean casserole, yum.  Turkey, a must along with the required stuffing.  Cranberry sauce, naturally.  Piping hot rolls with loads of real butter, just the thought makes our mouths water.  Pies in abundance—pecan, apple, cherry, sweet potato (with marshmallows of course) and pumpkin with whipped cream.  It’s so easy to overindulge and costs can include discomfort, bloating, fatigue, and regret.  For most people, they consider it a one day binge and well worth…

Take care when asking advice from trusted friends, parents, counselors, or whomever. Generally speaking, only ask for guidance from people you trust and have a positive history with. Thus, if your relationship with your parents has always had a highly contentious quality, don’t ask them for advice! Doing so will only induce another replay of old, unhelpful patterns. Furthermore, consider the background and knowledge of the person you’re seeking counsel from—thus, no one should ask us for advice on their…