Cognitive Behavour Therapy asserts that all our actions and behaviors are a product of what we think and feel; therefore, if we want to alter our actions and behavior, we need to alter our thoughts and our feelings. Does that make sense? Indeed, it does; especially in the field of health and fitness — for […]
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