Click Here or Below to Listen Shirley T Burke is a national presenter, speaking on issues that span the subject of developing and maintaining healthy self-esteem. Affectionately known as “Shirley T”, she grew up with the same self-esteem
Nothing is more stressful than uncertainty. Whether we’re feeling unsafe in the world after watching the news (can you relate?!), or your employer is making cuts, or if you’re at a crossroads with a job or relationship, it’s scary to
Do a mini-declutter. Tackle one small job. A kitchen drawer, the coat closet, or that pile of cosmetics in the bathroom. Toss what’s old, outdated and no longer useful.
We often think of trauma as something that happens to people in accidents, first responders or those who serve in combat zones. Those experiences can lead to trauma but they are not the only causes. Today’s news often brings
Something that’s just for you. It doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, simple is better since it will be easier to incorporate into your routine. Perhaps you can use it to streamline a common task. Suggestions to get
“Self-compassion is simply giving the same kindness to ourselves that we would give to others. “ – Christopher Germer No matter where you are in life, it’s likely that now and then it’s all too much. Too many responsibilities and
Did your mom or dad ever tell you to “go outside and play?” Mine did. And I definitely recall telling my own kids that. More than once. As it turns out, we had it right. And it’s good advice
Everyone knows that work is cited as one of the leading causes of stress in the US, and employees aren’t the only ones suffering. Businesses are also seeing dips in profits and productivity due to a stressed-out and exhausted workforce.
Click Here or Below to Listen Diana Morris, M.Ed. is a student affairs professional and freelance editor who has formed a career around helping people recognize, own, and share their stories. Throughout her time working with students and other
The numbers are frightening. It’s concerning how many people acknowledge that work-place stress is the number one cause for distress in their lives. Even exceeding financial, family or health issues.* 40% of workers reported their job was very