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D is for Defensiveness by Zach Brittle, LMHC February 17, 2014

D is for Defensiveness Down-regulating one’s own defensiveness is the “work” in Making Relationships Work. Zach Brittle, LMHC February 17, 2014 The bride of my youth is delighted that I’m writing about defensiveness. She’s been chuckling under her breath at me all week. “How’s your article coming?” she asks. “I’m not exactly sure what to… Read More D is for Defensiveness by Zach Brittle, LMHC February 17, 2014

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When You Can’t Be With A Dying Family Member by ELEANOR HALEY

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

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Burnout is a big deal. Here’s how managers can spot it By Kathryn Vasel, CNN Business

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

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Stress and Sleep Deprivation Causes, Effects, Prevention and Management By Elizabeth Scott, MS

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

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Why we should say no to positivity — and yes to our negative emotions by Daryl Chen

Why we should say no to positivity — and yes to our negative emotions  Daryl Chen   It sounds paradoxical, but accepting our negative emotions can actually make us happier in the long run. Psychologist Susan David explains how. This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which… Read More Why we should say no to positivity — and yes to our negative emotions by Daryl Chen

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The Difference Between Worry, Stress and Anxiety By Emma Pattee

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

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How Does Racism Affect Health? By The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research

How Does Racism Affect Health? Research indicates that discrimination could have lasting physical effects. Posted Jun 04, 2020 The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research   Race is at the forefront of our national consciousness this week as many mourn the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, and protests and… Read More How Does Racism Affect Health? By The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research

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The Curse of Apathy: Sources and Solutions by Leon F Seltzer Ph.D.

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.

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How Successful People Handle Toxic People By Travis Bradberry

How Successful People Handle Toxic People Travis Bradberry Oct 21, 2014 Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing other people’s buttons. Either way, they create unnecessary complexity, strife, and worst of all… Read More How Successful People Handle Toxic People By Travis Bradberry