ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 13, Number 2

Constructing Body Image in University Women: The Relationship between Self-Esteem, Self-Compassion, and Intuitive Eating

AbstractBody image related concerns among women are well researched. However, this research has consistently focused on identifying pathological and maladaptive correlates of body image. Body image research has been based on the assumption that a positive body image is merely an absence of or is defined by low levels of a negative body image. Therefore,

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IJHC Book Reviews May 2013

Elaine N. Aron. The Highly Sensitive Person How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You.Bernie S. Siegel. A Book of Miracles: Inspiring True Stories of Healing, Gratitude and Love.David Abram. Becoming Animal.Nuclear Roulette: The Truth About the Most Dangerous Energy Source on EarthNassim Nicholas Taleb. The Black SwanJeremy Rifkin. The Empathic CivilizationPeter A. Levine. In

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Have you ever felt a sense of gratitude to have someone in your life, even though he or she was dying or perhaps even already deceased? Have you ever felt tenderness for an older adult and observed a similar state of wonder at the world that you often glimpse in a young child or a

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Energy Psychology – A Discussion of Practices and Explanatory Theories

Abstract Energy Psychology (EP) includes a spectrum of practices in which people tap on their bodies while focusing their minds on problems they want to change. EP therapies are very rapidly effective, compared to many other conventional forms of psychotherapy. This discussion considers a spectrum of explanations for how EP works, including: tapping on acupuncture

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