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Trauma is a response to a terrible or negative event. It occurs when you feel emotionally or mentally hurt by something that has happened. Some examples of traumatic events can include the death of a family member or friend, major physical challenges, experiencing verbal or physical abuse, financial ruin, a plane or automobile crash, an extremely difficult relationship or breakup, or a natural disaster like a flood, tornado or hurricane. Most people will experience some form of trauma in their lives. We need to realize that there is always hope for recovery.
Work-life balance is adjusting your day-to-day activities to achieve a sense of balance between work life and personal life. In many careers, it’s challenging to achieve that balance. The consequences of a poor work-life balance can be a real strain on your personal relationships and even reduce productivity at work. But, one of the most harmful consequences of that imbalance is a decline in your health. Too many work demands on your time may increase your stress levels.
Get to the bottom of what good mental health means! Good mental health is what should be desired in life – both at work and at home. Tackling it head-on is the best way to overcome and have a life worth living! This short, information-packed video is a fantastic follow-up to the popular TrainingBytes® Stressed Out? Tips to Get Relief program featuring Bob Monserrate (Stress & Mental Health Counselor).
There were over 48,000 suicides in the United States - equal to about 132 suicides each day. Suicide is most often preventable. Most victims do not want to die. They have run out of options, see no way out or can see no end to the pain. Raise awareness and understanding about suicide.
Anxiety is something we all encounter as a normal part of life. Anxiety can actually be a motivator… helping us accomplish a task at hand that needs to be done. In simple terms anxiety is characterized as extreme fear or worry. Besides being worried and fearful about life in general, there is another type of anxiety that involves an irrational fear reaction in the presence or anticipation of a specific object, place, or situation.
Stress is the body's reaction to any change that requires an adjustment or response. The body reacts to these changes with physical, mental, and emotional responses. In simple terms, stress occurs when something is impacting us… mostly based on the fear of the unknown. Stress is a part of life – both at work and at home. Tackling it head-on is the best way to overcome the negative results of stress!
Empathy is the capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing from within their frame of reference, that is, the capacity to place oneself in another person's position. It’s a powerful tool to build and maintain relationships – both inside and outside the workplace!
Let's be honest... we all deal with stress. Stress at work. Stress at home. And let's not forget the big stressors around the holidays. Stress is a part of life. But there are ways to deal with it. And it starts with putting stress in perspective. This article will help you do just that.
Are you congratulating yourself for having made it through another stress-filled holiday season? About the time you’re ready to take that much-deserved breath of fresh air, you go outside and realize the fresh air you’re breathing is generating stalactites under your nose.
Ours is a complex, fast-paced world. We all know about the treadmill analogy. Some of us run pretty fast. The mind has a hard time catching up with the body. Some of us don’t so much identify with the treadmill as we do the Tasmanian Devil. Either way, we’re moving fast and we need a break.