Today’s teens are more isolated and marginalized than ever before, even though they may seem “connected” through the internet and social media. Why then are teens experiencing such high rates of depression? Why are mood disorders becoming so commonly seen in the high school and college-age populations? How do we raise our children to be positive in such a negative world? Can we teach teens the skills and mindset to be happy?
by Justine Friedman RDN Clinical Dietician tor BSc (Med)(Hons) Diet (UCT) There is no single Parkinson’s disease diet. But what you eat may impact how well your medication works and relieves Parkinson’s non-movement symptoms. Justine Friedman RDN, Registered dietitian nutritionist and MWS Facilitator in Israel, shared an outline for Parkinson’s Disease Guidelines and Dietary Recommendations.… Continue reading Parkinson’s Disease Guidelines and Dietary Recommendations
Here’s the replay of our last LinkedIn live as we talk about Bringing Positive Personal Effectiveness into the Classroom. With our special guest, Rinda Montgomery. She’s the Co-Founder and Chief Academic Officer of Change Management of Paradigm Learning Systems and an award-winning education administrator. Here are the timestamps of the live sessions: 00:00 Introduction to… Continue reading Bringing Positive Personal Effectiveness into the Classroom
In this live, we talked about “Peak Performance for Agent of Change to Advance Mental Wellness to Fully Enjoy Living” Joining this discussion are our Mental Wellness Society co-chairs for Agent of Change, Isaac Garcia and Diana Petzold. Here are the timestamps of the live sessions: 00:00 Opening of the program 00:08 Intro to the… Continue reading Peak Performance for Agent of Change to Advance Mental Wellness
Generally, the best way to develop Stress’ Resilience is through Peak-performance Preparedness, by being committed to becoming the best version of yourself by acquiring a MindFulChoice™ Attitude. Indeed, learning MindFulChoice™ is a Life-changing Process for Positive Personal Effectiveness, and as much as it seems a paradox, choosing to take care of others is part of… Continue reading Altruism for Advancing Mental Wellness to Fully Enjoy Living!
Personal effectiveness is a branch of the Personal Development movement that deals with success, goals, and Peak Performance for Body & Mind. It draws inspiration from Positive Psychology. Advocates for individual effectiveness consider several factors besides simple positive thinking. Some take an approach with similarities to business process management techniques. Others may take a holistic… Continue reading MindFulChoice™: A Life-Changing Process for Positive Personal Effectiveness
Why is exercise more important now than ever? Together with 2 of our Mental Wellness Facilitators, Lisa Goldenthal and Kate Nitschke, we discuss the following: Exercise is essential nourishment for the mind, and body, and centering clarity and focus. (Physiological Overview) Stress Reduction / Anxiety Reduction / Depression Reduction (Exercise is Medicine) Feel-good hormone (endorphins)… Continue reading Physical Health on Mental Health
Here’s the replay of our last LinkedIn Live with Robert Lebovits and Sherry Kelly Here are the timestamps of what we discussed about: 00:42 – Opening the live event and introduction to the guest, Dr. Kelly and Dr. Lebovits 02:48 – About to Dr. Sherry Kelly 09:55 – About Dr. Robert Lebovits and what MFC Academy and… Continue reading Enhancing Mental Wellness to Advance Education and Parenting
The Mental Wellness Society Live from Jerusalem And Madrid With Abraham-Gerard Meyer, Founder & CEO The Mental Wellness Society International, and MindFulChoice™ Academy and Coty Aserin, Chair Spain and Latin Countries for MWS and MFCA Online Topics to be discussed: – What was the need for creating The Mental Wellness Society International? – What is… Continue reading The Mental Wellness Society Live from Jerusalem And Madrid
If I were to ask you if you have the tools to prevent a suicide, what would you tell me? My dad died by suicide while I was in the hospital awaiting the birth of triplets. I was one of 135 people affected for every death by suicide. As a suicide loss survivor, I focus… Continue reading National Suicide Prevention Month