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Designed to Move | Shoulder Labral Tear

Designed to Move | Shoulder Labral Tear

The shoulder joint is comprised of the humeral head (the location where the upper arm meets with the shoulder) and the glenoid (the shoulder socket). Surrounding its circumference, there is a protective, ring-like cartilage layer, called the shoulder labrum, which...
Negative Assumptions

Negative Assumptions

Many of our problems with other people often stem from attributing negative motivation without testing our own assumptions. When we assume negativity about others, our minds will be focused on finding evidence to fit our beliefs. This line of thinking usually sends an...
Psychosocial Factors

Psychosocial Factors

Psychology is the study of our mental life and how it interacts with the world around us, including the social realm and its dynamics. Furthermore, this has a significant effect on our relationship to food. These are called psychosocial factors. Some key elements are...
Cues and Habits

Cues and Habits

What are some things that you do on a regular basis that you don’t  give a second thought to? What are the   visual, sound, and smell cues to  signal what action you should take? Is it the  smell of coffee being made that reminds...