Procrastination: Friend or Foe

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Our nation has a sense of humor when it comes to procrastination. There is a national holiday called National Procrastination Week, which is in the first two weeks in March […]

Stress Awareness and Resilience

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Stress is something we can’t seem to avoid. We have relationship, financial, work and health stressors everywhere, and that’s before factoring in the current pandemic which has, to date, killed […]

2020: Lessons Learned

2020

2020 was a helluva year. Most people are looking forward to 2021 so they can put 2020 in their rearview mirror. I don’t blame them… I’m ready to leave 2020 […]

G.L.O.W.:Transforming Post Traumatic Stress

G.L.O.W.

G.L.O.W. stands for gifts, lessons, opportunities and wisdom. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Day is celebrated on June 27th.  However, I don’t include the word ‘disorder’ when I talk […]

Trauma Awareness and Coronavirus

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Since May is Trauma Awareness Month, it only seems right to examine the trauma essential workers are experiencing as they navigate their jobs during this coronavirus outbreak. As states are […]

Obliterate Stress during the Pandemic

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Well, what do you know—it is Stress Awareness Month in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. What could be more stressful than a crisis with no end in sight? Of […]

Post Traumatic Stress

Post traumatic stress

Did you know June is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) month? When Choice Theory and Dr. Glassser’s views on mental health, I often use PTS as an example. No, that […]

Stress-Less in Your Life

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Since April is Stress Awareness Month, I’ll share some things you can do to stress less in your life. Relax: Relaxing is not something that comes easily in our fast-paced, […]

Stress & Health

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Did you know, if you don’t like the emotions you are experiencing or your current state of health, you can indirectly affect change by changing your actions and thoughts? I […]