March 27, 2010 11 am – 1 pm
At The Ayurvedic Wellness Centre: 3636 W. 4th Ave., Vancouver, BC
Michelle Morand, Founder and Director
of The CEDRIC Centre Presents:
This list identifies many coping strategies common to humans.
Chances are you (or someone you know) are engaged in a number of these harmful patterns each day.
What most of us don’t realize is that many of these coping strategies lead to increased stress and therefore, a greater need for more coping strategies to deal with that newly created stress as well as the old stress that has yet to be resolved.
In other words, use of these strategies is not a solution to any problem, it just creates more problems. But, if like most people, you’re not sure what to do to solve the underlying problem and how to stop turning to harmful ways of coping, you really don’t have much choice but to keep on doing what you’ve been doing and hope it resolves itself in time.
This solution isn’t likely to be successful, hence the millions of people in North America alone who struggle with chronic weight and substance abuse issues as well as anxiety and depression, not to mention the high divorce rate.
Join Michelle Morand, Author of “Food is not the Problem: Deal With What Is!” and Founder and Director of The CEDRIC Centre for Counselling, to learn why people turn to harmful coping strategies, and some very simple steps to create lasting change.
Saturday, March 27th, 2010 from 11am – 1pm for an introductory educational seminar and to find out how to begin to change old patterns and free your self to live life to the fullest in every way.
Contact Michelle Morand at The CEDRIC Centre for more information: www.cedriccentre.com
Do you or anyone you know engage in:
- Food (overeating, restricing, purging)
- Relationship obsession
- Weight stress and preoccupation
- Angry outbursts
- Blaming or shaming others