Hope is double-edged, false hope can set you on a collision course with despair. Know when your hopes are well-founded and how to turn your deep desires into results.
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Get unstuck and live fully with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on May 30, 2023
If you are stuck in a work rut, need to spruce up your relationship, or get out of an exercise funk, you can use the principles of evolution to get moving again.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on May 18, 2023
Are you being nibbled to death by ducks? Here are three practices to help you get your ducks in a row, or let them go!
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on April 25, 2023
It takes flexibility on the part of a therapist to enter a new paradigm. Yet with flexibility, variation, selection, and retention comes evolution and growth.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on April 10, 2023
When we realize that we aren’t carrying our pain alone, we feel our burdens lift a little. Research shows that compassion is related to greater happiness and lower depression.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on April 3, 2023
Compassion is actively protecting, supporting, teaching, and being generous toward yourself and the world around you.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on March 25, 2023
Put your values and strengths into action.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on March 13, 2023
Often, our mental habits make or break our behavioral ones. If you are distracted and not present, it will be hard to deepen your relationships or reach your work goals.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on December 5, 2022
What is a good use of your time? Often what feels productive is not the most meaningful, and what’s the most meaningful can be unexpected.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on November 28, 2022
The holidays are a time that many people look forward to—sparkling lights, family, good food, and gift-giving. But they are also a time when people feel increased stress. Here's what to do about it.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on November 15, 2022
We must look at the workplace-individual mismatches that are turning us so sour.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on October 29, 2022
Learning how to be comfortable with discomfort is a skill that needs practice, especially as we age.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on October 4, 2022
What if you could continue to care for people and contribute to their well-being without neglecting yourself or your values?
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on September 13, 2022
How many times have you told a good friend to “pull themselves up by their bootstraps and push through” a difficult situation?
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on September 6, 2022
Our actions today continue into our future, and our actions in the past are present in our experiences today.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on August 29, 2022
We were maxed out by relentless to-do's and needed to find our ground as a family again.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on August 1, 2022
There is always room for improvement. Here are some science-backed strategies to get better at receiving feedback so practice leads to growth, not stagnation.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on July 25, 2022
Are there people that you have had a hard time forgiving? Learning to forgive yourself opens you to deeper connection with not only yourself but also others.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on July 14, 2022
When faced with the discomfort of regret, we often try toi avoid or control it. Find out how to do otherwise.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on June 6, 2022
Living deeply involves interoceptive awareness of what is happening in your body, the social cognition of others around you, and changing your perspective on productivity.
Diana Hill, Ph.D. on May 23, 2022
Embrace psychological flexibility and cultivate more “nutritious movement” for better overall health.