Bereavement is the worst experience most of us will endure, but don’t underestimate the effect of injury, job loss, relationship breakdown, or being involved in (or witness to) a violent event. The sense of being out of control can be overwhelming, but there are things we can do to put direction back into our lives.
Leaving a place of repetition does not mean cutting ties with people, places, and things that make you feel positive. In addition to the thought of returning, you can keep in contact with important people in your life, continue to do activities that you enjoy, and further appreciate things about a particular location.
The next time you feel stressed, tired or in need of a mental boost, consider going for a walk. It can have an amazing impact on your physical and mental well-being, and it feels good!
In his follow-up article, Guest Author Albert Bernstein, Ph.D., asks “Where do you fit in to your workplace?” Your answer may determine how much damage a vampire boss can do to you.
We’ve all encountered people in the workplace who exploit employees and entire organizations to fill their own insatiable needs; they’re emotional vampires. Safety lies in knowing the vampires, and in knowing yourself. In this article you’ll learn how to recognize the vampire types as well as what you can do to protect yourself.
A 10 minute stretch routine that will help keep your body flexible, reduce back pain, lower your stress levels, and get your day off to a great start.
Hidden assumptions we may have carried with us since childhood may influence our behavior and cause anxiety that rules our life.
One section of my 2012 New Year’s Resolutions was to do with another kind of health from the physical. Some might call it emotional health, or mental health, or spiritual health – it’s all of these things, and I just referred to it casually as my Morale. In this article I’d like to offer some advice to anyone who wants to improve their quality of life in 2013.
Remembering five teenagers who committed suicide due to bullying. What you can do to help stop the cycle and reach out to those suffering from its consequences.
The world is full of people who can make you miserable. Learn to recognize how difficult people make you miserable, and develop techniques to avoid the worst of it.