Mischa Barton was recently hospitalized after her neighbors observed her trying to crawl over her backyard fence screaming and exhibiting bizarre and disturbing behavior. Known for her role as Marissa Cooper in the hit TV series The O.C., she was only wearing a tie and shirt as she was hanging over her fence in West… Continue reading Mischa Barton: Deep Emotional Pain from Personal & Celebrity Scrutiny
One of the patterns and very common themes I encounter in working with female clients is what I will classify as “Mean Girls” Syndrome. “Mean Girls” is the 2004 American teen comedy film which portrays female high school social cliques and the damaging effects they can have on girls. Rumors, secrets, and gossip lead to a… Continue reading Randolph’s Viewpoint: The “Mean Girls” Syndrome
The New Year is 2 weeks away. It’s that time of year when with the best of intentions we determine to make a new resolution. Lose weight, new relationships, new business, to do something different to change our lives for the better the next year. Only 5% resolutions happen. Out of 100 resolutions, only 5… Continue reading Randolph’s View: Why New Years Resolutions Don’t Work
The Holidays are meant to be a Season of Joy and Goodwill. With the Season we get caught up in unpacking and decorating, cleaning and tidying, shopping, entertaining, parties, family dinners, food preparation. All while rushing about town in gridlocked traffic to picking up, delivering, and arriving. With regard to work and the office, there… Continue reading How about some REAL Peace this Year for the Holidays???
The Most Important Six Inches on the Field or Court is between your Athlete’s Ears… So much of sports is focused on training and skill development and rightly so. But as a Mind Performance Coach, I’m surprised that little to no attention is given to the Unconscious Mind. When I refer to the Unconscious Mind,… Continue reading Most Important Six Inches on the Field or Court is between the Athlete’s Ears
There comes a point when you need SANITY. I had reached a point in my life where it was no longer mentally reasonable or wise use of time to continually focus and obsess over diets, counting calories, diet fads, diet extremes. I’ve had many patients who injured themselves pursuing seemingly innocuous fitness routines, have corrective… Continue reading Finding Sanity: the Return of the Body of my Youth
I had to find a way to lose weight and keep it off that did not involve stressing diet plan or exercise regimen.