Take a quick peek at the roster for Sunday’s Montana Marathon, and you’ll see as many reasons for running as there are runners.
Efforts are under way to halt the rate of suicide in Montana, where it is twice as likely to occur as in the general U.S. population.
I just read an article about someone’s totally bogus opinion of “job burnout.” It made me realize that some people actually are (or think they are) “burned out.”
Q. Dear Dr. Baskett: My family and friends think that I need to lose weight and are pushing me to do so. I have battled with this for so long, I am not sure I want to try again as I can’t seem to stay on a diet. Is there something wrong with me?
Dear Dr. Baskett: I know that I often turn to food when I am stressed or bored. What can I do to change this pattern?