Life in the time of coronavirus. We are living through a remarkably stressful time, with global scope and interventions unlike any health crisis we have ever seen. With so many rapid changes occurring related to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are understandably feeling anxious and stressed.
The Lazy Psychologist in the Kitchen: Turkey Quinoa Meatloaf with Veggies
After a long time away, the Lazy Psychologist is back in the kitchen! As we move into Fall and get closer to the season of overindulgence, it seems like a good time to bring you another delicious, healthy recipe. If you’re a new reader, you may be wondering why on earth I’m posting a recipe to my mental health blog.
Start 2019 Off In A Healthy Way By Writing a Positivity Journal
Happy New Year! Let’s commit together to starting 2019 in a healthy way. I’d like to invite you to join me in writing a positivity journal for six weeks, from early January through Valentine’s Day. It takes just 5-10 minutes a day and offers the possibility of improving your mood by training your brain to focus on the positives in your life. Are you curious to see what changes could happen for you?
Radical Self-Care: The Practice of Being Good to Yourself Even When You Don’t Feel Like It
Have you ever gotten really frustrated with yourself for making a mistake or struggling mightily with with something? Have you ever had difficulty accepting some part of yourself or your life that you don’t really like? Have you ever felt so beaten down and overwhelmed by your life that it seemed like you could barely see straight,