Emotional negativity, like physical gravity, can pull us downward into states of feeling defeated before we even embark on making or keeping a resolution. For example, feel the difference between these statements: I need to LOSE weight vs. I want to GAIN health. The second way is motivational and sustainable. It is less punitive and more buoyant, which increases resilience and resistance to self-sabotage.
Those with resilience reach for goals from a positive perspective to create achievement momentum. The American Psychological Association defines resilience as:
“The process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress—such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems, or workplace and financial stressors.”
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Big Boys Do Cry
Men’s mental health statistics are of great concern, and culture may be the culprit. Many boys are shamed if they express emotion, and they learn to repress sadness and enthusiastic joy that produces tears.
WHY DETECTION IS KEY
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MORE THAN JUST A HEADACHE
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Fresh & Fast: Did Somebody Say Smoothie?
When I want to start my day off on the right foot with a super healthy breakfast, I choose a smoothie.
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Gessler Clinic’s Dr. Alan Gasner Approaches 50 Years of Medical Practice
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Everybody wants to live a fulfilling life, age gracefully and enjoy the golden years. Maintaining your physical and mental health plays a crucial role in that endeavor. That means it’s important not only to eat right and keep your body moving but also to keep your mind stimulated as well. In this Senior Edition of Central Florida Health News, we touch on some of these very important issues.
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A history of the Giants on Monday Night Football
BEHIND THE NUMBERS
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Dr. Clayton Martin entered full-time ministry in 1987 as a pastor and district overseer in the Cayman Islands. He later served on the Biblical Doctrine and Polity committee for the COGOP and national overseer for Jamaica and the Cayman Islands prior to being selected as general presbyter for the Caribbean and Atlantic Ocean Islands. He received a Bachelor of Religious Education from Christian Bible College and a Master of Arts in Religion with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Sonia, have one daughter.