Emotional health is vital to our physical and mental welfare. According to The American Psychological Association, emotional health can generate a great deal of success with your health, relationships and in the workplace when managed appropriately, but if left unchecked, your emotional health can also lead to a catastrophic event or series of disastrous episodes in your life. Emotional health provides us with the capacity to readily adapt to change and life stresses.Read More
When you focus on something--the vacation you're going to take, the meeting you're about to go into, the project you want to launch--that focus instantly creates ideas and thought patterns you wouldn't have had otherwise. Even your physiology will respond to an image in your head as if it were reality.Read More
Is it possible that you are doing too much? Well… yes it is. Too much of anything isn’t good (You knew that already) and it’s entirely possible to overextend yourself in almost any situation.Read More
For most of my life, I've lived between the extremes of anxiety and depression. I'm a chronic worrier and have been known to make myself physically sick over an imagined future. I'm also a very emotional and introspective man which can, and has, brought on bouts of depression while thinking of missed opportunities along with things and people I've lost.
Honestly, sometimes living in my head can be hell.Read More
Stress is a part of our everyday lives, like it or not. That being the case, it is necessary for us to learn stress-relieving techniques that will help defray the eventual cost of that stress.
Here are three techniques that will help relieve stress:
Job transitions can be stressful—whether they’re due to layoff, a new job or working extra hours because others workers were laid off. If you’re facing one, consider the following 10 ways to cope with the stress.Read More