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Get unstuck and live fully with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Diana Hill, Ph.D.
When you accept with your mind, body and behavior, you can begin to live a “towards values” lifestyle.
You can run from what bothers you—or you can use it to guide you toward a richer and more meaningful life.
There is no single perfect technique that will solve your problems, but rather it’s the processes you engage in that matter.
Instead of waiting for some future point to move, what if you took action toward movement right here and now?
It takes psychological flexibility, willingness, and self-compassion to walk through the muck of letting go.
What are you trying to fix, control, or avoid in your life right now?
Holidays can be extra stressful for those who have a history of body image and eating concerns.
How to skillfully choose pain for a meaningful life.
Kissing the frog today, by focusing on what matters most first, can help build the life you want tomorrow.
Changing your outlook, as a parent might decide to stop trying to make a baby stop crying and instead just hold them.
Most everyone avoids discomfort but sometimes avoiding makes things worse.
What happens when the future imagined never arrives, or if it does, you’ve already moved on to the next “I’ll feel better when?”
We can make an effort to be mindful when it matters. Learn when it matters to pause and be present.
Do you feel like you keep doing more but never do enough? If you answered yes, you may be caught in a cycle of toxic productivity.
Do you end up feeling depleted and empty, despite achieving outwardly impressive goals?
To navigate what feels like unending and impossible times, we need more than deep breathing and bubble baths.
Five ways to build a more compassionate mind.
Often our attempts to avoid the discomfort of living through distracting, numbing out, or controlling our inner experience can derail us from our values.
There are 6 mental macronutrients fundamental to your psychological health.
Diana Hill, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, co-author of ACT Daily Journal, and the host of the podcast Your Life in Process.