Skin Feast’s orange colour comes from rosehip berries, which are usually harvested after the season’s first frost. They’re rich in beta-carotene, which helps to promote natural radiance.
I use this in my daily routine. What do you use ?
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Если у Вас есть визитки, диски, стикеры или любой другой мерч с символикой Вашей группы, всегда носите что-то из этого с собой😉. Если Вы встречаете кого-то нового, и речь заходит о Вашей музыке, Вам всегда будет что предъявить как «доказательство» вашей серьезности😎. Помните, что для некоторых, даже очень милых людей, слово МУЗЫКАНТ работает как что-то, на что хочется ответить «А нормальную работу не желаешь найти?»😂. Если же у Вас есть все эти мини-атрибуты «нормального большого» мира, особенно, визитки с хорошим дизайном – они делают свое дело😏.
Day 15 | Pick up some extras during your food shop and donate to a food bank, or schedule people to come over and share dinner with you this week. It doesn't have to be much, but think about a way that you can give to others, even if just a little.
Food, Clothing & Toy Drive!
Winter coats are in for the season & we are donating ours to those in need!
Please bring your extra coats, hats, gloves, canned, non-perishable food items and toys on down to The Grateful Pony Horse Farm! We will be making rounds of donations to various shelters throughout the tri-state area and appreciate all of the possible help!
In the spirit of giving we also are pleased to offer a free riding lesson to anyone who wishes to volunteer at TheGrateful Pony farm in this chilly winter weather! Please share and private message for details :) Thank you all for your ongoing support of our program and dedication to helping the world become a better place.
Best wishes to everyone this holiday season! ❄️ 💚🐴 🎨 🌎 ☮️
Have them days, weeks and years where you’ve felt trapped within yourself? Like me, others often find themselves “trapped” in their own mind If you’re like me, that can be a dangerous thing. Being trapped in your own mind can mean having so many endless thoughts swimming around in that brain of yours that you can’t think about anything actually going on around you. You have no sense of calm. It can also mean overthinking and ruminating on thoughts so much that they practically cloud your vision. You can become so stuck in the things bouncing around in your head that you can no longer see different perspectives, find a source of peace or move on from a situation. we’ve all experienced at least a couple times in our lives. If you’re having trouble sleeping, are experiencing a fear of failure, find yourself overanalyzing or second-guessing yourself or even if you’re feeling stiff and have sore muscles, these are all tell-tale signs that can mean you’ve dealt with being trapped in your mind. You don’t have to stay caged away within yourself, it does take time but it’s the same with anything in life. The more consistent you are the better results you’ll get. Find an outlet for yourself mentally and physically and watch your thought process and life change.💪🏻❤️🙅🏻♂️ #outlet#selfdoubt#overthinking#mentalhealth#cbt#therapy#notalone#quotestoliveby#quotes#mentalhealthawareness#quotesaboutlife#outlet#exercise#body#mind#experience#trapped#life#setbacks#moveforward#positive#lawofattraction
Ever had felt yourself go crazy when someone you like isn’t texting you back? You can’t stop thinking about them, hatch mad plans to try talk or see them, and when you finally do you’re convinced they’re the one for you, even when you don’t actually like them that much. The fact that you can’t have them stops you from figuring out how you really feel and makes you totally obsessed. This is EXACTLY what it feels like when you restrict food.
Even if you don’t like the food that much as soon as you slip up and have one bite you absolutely have to finish the lot. Most people on diets complain that they think of nothing but all the foods they can’t have.
But what happens as soon as that person becomes needy or around all the time? They quickly become less attractive and you begin to stop caring as much. The same applies to food. The point of intuitive eating is basically to make all your forbidden foods seem super needy. As soon as you realise they ain’t going anywhere, their power and appeal completely diminishes. Then you’re free to figure out the foods that you actually like and make your body feel good (like it taking the honeymoon stage to wear off to figure out if you’re actually compatible with that person). I was trying to explain what a bad relationship with food was like to my friend @understory_food, who is lucky to be a naturally intuitive eater. We came up with this analogy, after several glasses of wine, and I think it’s a perfect way for people who haven’t felt this way to understand what a disordered or dieters mind feels like. I’ll be writing a long article about this with him for our Medium page, look out for it in the new year if you’re interested! I’d love to hear your thoughts on this comparison, does food obsession compare to relationship obsession for you? Comment below as I’d be interested in what people think!
Every Saturday we will take a brief look at one our 2019 weekly topics .. And her I am doing my best ‘ looking like a Psychotherapist ‘ pose! :) because this week is Self a Objectification .. this is where we see ourselves as an object .. that can then be changed and moulded based on expectation of others.
It can happen in relationships , it can happen in roles in your life ..
It can also happen when people become so focused on their external image they are only able to feel good when they receive external validation.. So what changes have you made in order to look, be or behave as others expect ? Or have you objectified someone else ..? It’s a fascinating subject .. it’s on the list .. As always if you need support with all things #self esteem message me for a free initial consult .
The s*xual paradox
Within a relationship, s*xuality energizes our bond with a partner(s) as well as enhances feelings of desire and desirability.
When s*xuality functions well in our relationship it has a small integral role, contributing 15-20% to relationship satisfaction.
The paradox is that when s*x is dysfunctional it has an inordinately powerful negative role, 50-75%, draining the relationship of intimacy.
This is why, when working as a couple towards overcoming s*xual concerns, we have to be mindful of making positive improvements and then relapsing, as this can be even more negative.
Considering the impact, both positive and negative, that s*x has on our relationships, the whole idea of not talking about s*x and sweeping any concerns about our s*xuality under the rug is something that hinders our growth as partners and people.
The neurological equivalent of an ej*culatory org*sm for people with vulvas is a cl*toral org*sm. The nerve that is engaged during these types of org*sms is called the pudendal nerve.
Ej*culatory org*sms usually leave me feeling guilty or ashamed. Other people have expressed similar experiences after their ej*culatory/cl*toral orgasms.
One reason for this is because the pudendal nerve is part of the sympathetic nervous system. We know this system causes our anxious "fight or flight" response.
So, ej*culatory/cl*toral orgasms engage the sympathetic nervous system and can keep us in a state of anxiety, exacerbating feelings of shame.
Now, this will blow your mind. The word pudendal refers to pudendum, which comes from the Latin pudenda, which means "to be ashamed of." Even the etymology of our language for ej*culatory/cl*toral org*sms is connected to anxiety, guilt and shame. Makes you think.
For a lot of us, ej*culation is a sign of satisfaction, of gratification. Often, ej*culation is associated with pleasure, synonymous with org*sm.
But, ej*culation does not equal orgasm. In fact, ej*culation and org*sm are two separate physiological processes that occur independently of one another. A "wet dream," for example, is an ej*culation without an org*sm.
Org*sm gives pleasure while ej*culation is responsible for the feelings of fatigue, known as the refractory period. Nobody is taught this, so ej*culation is conflated with org*sm.
When looking at s*xual energy, it is org*sm that cultivates and ej*culation that depletes. Understanding that the two are separate experiences is the first step to exploring s*xual energy.