I posted this comment on facebook and it created reactions from ‘if it would only work’ to ‘I say that every morning’. You could see the difference between those who believed in themselves and those who did not. The more positive feelings you have about yourself, the higher your self-esteem. The more negative you feel about yourself, the lower your self-esteem. Continue reading
Eating Disorder Week gives us the chance to reflect upon clients, friends, and colleagues, who may suffer the challenges of eating disorders. Today’s Guardian article (‘What all health professionals should know’ highlights the complexity of eating disorders. It also reports that this is a growing problem amongst young people. Society often blames role models who associate vanity with being skinny, rather than considering the potential root being a psychological issue.