Learn to place psychological nutritional labels to relationships and events in your life.
Whether you are psychologically nourished or malnourished is contingent upon the “food” you put into your psyche.
High-fat emotions are like high caloric items -- they weigh you down and deplete your psychological reserves.
Relationships, just like food, have an expiration date.
Too often we do not have a policy of kindness towards ourselves, believing self-deprivation is a badge of honor.
“Psychological Nutrition” isn’t about food, or about sustenance in the physical realm. This is a book about psychological nourishment. Feelings are the ingredients. Relationships and events are the products you consume. Emotional reactions are the calories they cost. And just as with food, some bloat you, weigh you down, and add baggage around the middle, while others energize and nourish you.
AUTHORS: The authors happen to be clinical psychologists; but more importantly, we are women in some stage of middle age at a turning point in our lives: to live a physically and mentally healthier and more enriched and giving life.
Copyright (c) 2015 Shoba Sreenivasan Ph.D./Linda E. Weinberger Ph.D.
Cover design by May Abdellatif
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Holy Moly Press (December 11, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
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