In an article entitled, “48 Ways to Make Your BFF Forget the Bad Week They Had,” Dr. Belle offers advice on getting aggression out and making new friends by staying active. Did you know breaking plate could be.. healthy?
“They have some places now where you can actually pay to break plates as a stress reliever! Date nights, friend parties, and the like are welcomed to indulge which indicates that plate breaking anger expression has become a popular way to encourage stress release- when done in a safe, nonviolent, and controlled setting of course!”
You can read her advice and other advice for teen girls by clicking the link above.
Dr. Belle was recently featured in an Essence.com article entitled “The Parent’s Guide to Child Abuse: 17 Warning Signs and Ways to Prevent It.” In it, she talks about how to protect your child from abuse.
“As Dr. Eliza Belle, a licensed psychologist, says all parents can do is the best they can. While there’s no way to guarantee your child will never experience hurt or pain, here are a few steps parents can take to help protect their child from abuse.”
You can read the entire article at the link above.
“Most true positive-thinking people don’t walk around in what appears a field from the The Sound of Music all of the time,” says psychologist Dr. Eliza Belle. “And they don’t actually always see the cup as half full. They acknowledge that life has its realistic highs and lows, and choose to focus on the elements that they have control over rather than the ones they don’t.” -Dr. Eliza Belle
The Best Stress Management Advice I Ever Received
“The best advice I have received and also given about stress reduction is to learn to say ‘no’ and not apologize for it! It is amazing the load off that comes with not feeling obligated to succumb to someone else’s unrealistic expectation of ourselves and to live life on our own terms.” -Dr. Eliza Belle
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