6 Mindfulness Exercises You Can Try Today By Alfred James In this busy world of ours, the mind is constantly pulled from pillar to post, scattering our thoughts and emotions and leaving us feeling stressed, highly-strung and at times quite anxious. Most of us don’t have five minutes to sit down and relax, let alone… Read More 6 Mindfulness Exercises You Can Try Today by Alfred James
When Bad Circumstances Make Anxiety Vanish I have generalized anxiety disorder, but in times of true crisis, my anxiety seems to disappear. By Jamie Friedlander As I stepped into my grandmother’s empty home, the stillness and silence unsettled me. I saw an A-line skirt pattern on the table. She and I had planned to sew skirts… Read More When Bad Circumstances Make Anxiety Vanish By Jamie Friedlander
When You Can’t Be With A Dying Family Member MEMORIALS AND REMEMBRANCE / MEMORIALS AND REMEMBRANCE : ELEANOR HALEY MARCH 27, 2020 It’s a new world we live, one of the difficult restrictions that protect our health and safety. As we struggle to learn to live with so many things we never imagined, perhaps the hardest is not… Read More When You Can’t Be With A Dying Family Member by ELEANOR HALEY
Burnout is a big deal. Here’s how managers can spot it By Kathryn Vasel, CNN Business Updated 10:56 AM EDT, Thu September 26, 2019 You’ve probably been hearing a lot about workplace burnout lately. Earlier this year, burnout was added to the World Health Organization’s list of official medical diagnoses. Burnoutcanoccur when we face chronic work stress, explained… Read More Burnout is a big deal. Here’s how managers can spot it By Kathryn Vasel, CNN Business
Stress and Sleep Deprivation Causes, Effects, Prevention and Management By Elizabeth Scott, MS Are you getting enough sleep? If you’re like many people, you’re no stranger to sleep deprivation. According to a sleep poll of about 15,000 respondents on this site, around half are getting six or fewer hours of sleep per night—which can put them… Read More Stress and Sleep Deprivation Causes, Effects, Prevention and Management By Elizabeth Scott, MS
I’m A Doctor In A COVID-19 Unit. Here’s One Vital Step I Wish Everyone Would Take. “While we are social distancing in our homes, it’s time to have that conversation that most of us have avoided ― or didn’t even know we needed to have.” Asha Shajahan, M.D. Guest Writer 04/22/2020 12:30 pm ETUpdated Apr 23,… Read More I’m A Doctor In A COVID-19 Unit. Here’s One Vital Step I Wish Everyone Would Take. by Asha Shajahan, M.D.
5 powerful ways young kids can take action against racism By: Katelyn Williams As anti-racism protests have swept across the nation and all over the world, many parents have been looking for ways to educate their children about these issues. Years of work as a counselor for children and parents, both in schools and via the Weldon platform, have… Read More 5 powerful ways young kids can take action against racism By Katelyn Williams
The Difference Between Worry, Stress and Anxiety They’re not all the same, but we do have tips to help you deal with all of them. By Emma Pattee You probably experience worry, stress or anxiety at least once on any given day. Nearly 40 million people in the U.S. suffer from an anxiety disorder, according to the Anxiety… Read More The Difference Between Worry, Stress and Anxiety By Emma Pattee
My Husband is Addicted to Gaming: You’re Not Alone TANYA J. PETERSON If you find yourself uttering the words, “My husband is addicted to gaming,” know that you’re not the only one. Gaming continues to grow in popularity, alluring new games are produced on a constant basis, and boys who grew up playing video… Read More My Husband is Addicted to Gaming: You’re Not Alone By TANYA J. PETERSON
The Curse of Apathy: Sources and Solutions Beware of apathy—it can be your worst enemy. Posted Apr 27, 2016 by Leon F Seltzer Ph.D. What, exactly, is apathy? In a sense, it’s something like falling in love. You can describe it all you want, but until you’ve experienced it, you can only guess at… Read More The Curse of Apathy: Sources and Solutions by Leon F Seltzer Ph.D.