5 Quick Tips to Reduce Stress and Stop Anxiety

How to stop anxiety | Anxiety therapy Fort Lauderdale

Stress and/or anxiety sabotages your confidence, turns your stomach into knots, disrupts your sleep and impacts your general well-being. Read how to squash the uncomfortable consequences of stress and anxiety with these 5 tips.

What is Fat Shaming? Are You a Shamer?

Weightism may be the last socially acceptable prejudice in our culture — occurring more frequently than gender, sexuality, age or religious discrimination. Are you guilty of fat shaming? Here’s more for why this needs to change.

How to Be More Positive: A Simple 5 Day Challenge

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Many of us are overstimulated by negativity throughout our daily routine. It’s as if blinders cause all our attention to zero in on the stresses, inconveniences, and frustrations of daily life. Here’s a 5 day challenge to add more positivity.

New Bill Seeks to Regulate Photoshop Use in Ads

If the average consumer isn’t in-the-know about how many images are dramatically photoshopped — images often used to sell something — they might be accepted as an accurate portrayal of the human form. Read more why this is dangerous.

How Do I Know When I’m Hungry?

Dr. Jamie Long | Ft. Lauderdale Psychologist

Oftentimes food cravings caused by emotions are confused as physical hunger cues. Food is tangled with many emotions in our culture such as boredom, celebration, pleasure, reward, etc. Read more to learn the difference.

Miami HEAT NBA Champions: Awesome Quotes From Post-Game Interviews

Late Thursday evening during a tension-filled Game 7, the Miami HEAT secured their second consecutive NBA Championship within the final moments in a 95-88 victory against the San Antonio Spurs. During the elated post-game interviews, several team members shared inspirational thoughts on success, struggles, and perseverance.

Instead of Sweating Over Weight Loss This Summer

Summer weight loss | Dr. Jamie Long

Fighting our body’s natural weight and size may begin as an innocuous effort to increase self-esteem yet can quickly unravel to a serious and potentially life-threatening illness. Nearly 20 million women and 10 million men will suffer from an eating disorder in their lifetime.