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holistic healing, discovery calls, mindset coach, blindspots, healing coach, Roberta Mittman, mental health, empowerment, holistic, chronic illness, reset, rescript, mindset coach, root cause, Read This if You Feel Uncomfortable in Your Own Skin

Read This if You Feel Uncomfortable in Your Own Skin

“Sigh… I feel uncomfortable in my own skin!” Does this sound like a statement that you: Often make Sometimes say, but cringe Know it’s true, but you’re embarrassed and ashamed to say it If any or either of the above is true, let’s have an honest and open conversation about bringing back your confidence. People

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3 Ways to Love Yourself If You’re Experiencing Anxiety

If you’re suffering from overwhelming, stress can feel like it’s seeping into your life, relationships, lifestyle, and work. It might be time to Rescript. Let me tell you a bit more about this new reason to unlock self-care through mindset blueprints that can be created to help you feel happy and fulfilled. Before I get

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Business Professionals are Rediscovering Joy in 2022

Welcome to Rescript Your Life Now. Let’s talk about how you can press the reset button for a healthy, happy, and joyous 2022, in and out of the office. First, Let’s Say Goodbye to Limiting Beliefs Limiting beliefs can be detrimental to mental health. If you’re not sure of what a limiting belief is, it can

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Are These Losing Resolutions Trashing Your Vision

Are These Losing Resolutions Trashing Your Vision for 2022?

Watching the ball drop in Times Square, New York City, is a New Year’s Eve tradition around the country. The countdown from 10 to 1, glitter and confetti, corks popping, noisemakers squealing, kissing and hugging, shivering, people around the world celebrating, crowds cheering… The scenes and excitement are so spectacular, it’s hard to believe this

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Letting Go and Moving On

Letting Go and Moving On

The winding up of a thousand year-end details, the gradual transition into the coldest part of the winter, the ebb and flow of activity as we move from noisy, social holiday events to rest and quiet in our own spaces and minds…the spectrum we roam at this time of year can be a bit of

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Scattered, Stressed or Rushed? Here’s A Better Approach

Scattered, Stressed or Rushed? Here’s A Better Approach

Did another month go by, “just like that”? (I’m snapping my fingers in the air here.) I feel as if I’m constantly on the go, hurrying from place to place, phone in hand—or just within reach. Sometimes it seems as if my mind is rushing even faster—so many thoughts and feelings per second! For the

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Foods to Rev Up Energy Mood and Memory

Foods to Rev Up Energy, Mood and Memory

“Food is medicine,” as the saying goes. Yes, we have a place for medications in health and wellness, but what’s on your plate can have a tremendous impact on every cell of your body. Food makes nutrients available for sustaining function and wellbeing. By combining modern science and nutrition, we can directly affect many areas

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Lack of Energy

Energy: SOS!

Several years ago, I gave each patient who came into my office a survey that asked them to rate, by frequency and priority, which of an assortment of common health challenges they faced. I was surprised at the results: Lack of energy landed at #1, outranking even weight issues on my patients’ health radar! That

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Does Your LIFE Spark Joy?

Does Your LIFE Spark Joy?

Ever since Marie Kondo published her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I’ve been a fan. The promise of a gentle plan to organize and streamline possessions and clutter—to get that dream closet that looks like an ad in a magazine—was irresistible. Better yet, the concept at the root of Kondo’s philosophy resonated with

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Have you Been Called Too Sensitive

Have you Been Called Too Sensitive

If you’re too sensitive, then join the club—the HSP club. In fact, I’m a card-carrying member myself, along with many of my clients and 20-30 percent of the general population. Short for Highly Sensitive Person, being HSP is truly a double-edged sword. When I was growing up, my mother would say, “Oh, you’re just so sensitive”

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