Hope In The Age Of Obesity

Hope In The Age Of Obesity

Snyder’s Theory of Hope Snyder’s (2002) Hope Theory assumes human behaviour is fundamentally goal orientated. Hope is seen as arising from two components: Waypower, which is the perceived ability of the person to generate pathways towards achieving valued goals and...
Positive Weight-Loss: Enjoyable Exercise

Positive Weight-Loss: Enjoyable Exercise

In the pursuit of creating a healthy lifestyle for oneself, movement is a key component with benefits that go far beyond weight-loss. However, for the individual who is unsatisfied with their weight, weight-loss is an exciting outcome of consistently exercising!...
The Joy Of Walking

The Joy Of Walking

Walking is one of my favourite ways to spend my time and it is something that is free and easily available to most of us. Whether it is walking out from my front door or walking in a national park, the effect it has on me is always positive. I find my mood becomes...
Positive Weight-Loss: From Weight to Well-Being

Positive Weight-Loss: From Weight to Well-Being

Never-Ending Struggle to Adventurous Journey Many of us fail or give up on our weight-loss journeys for a variety of reasons. Whether it is a lack of time or energy, it is not difficult to find a way out of our weight-loss goals. I believe we easily abandon our...
Addiction vs Habit

Addiction vs Habit

  Am I addicted? Recently I have started to question whether I have an addiction to alcohol.  Life has continued to throw its challenges in our lives and I find myself drinking something virtually every day.  Is that considered an addiction though? Or is it a...
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