Building relationships at work is essential to creating a positive work-life. Learn how you can improve relationships, increase your empathy and overcome the common barriers at work.
Our society constantly tells us that the way to feel good is to buy this, do that, and take this pill. Unfortunately, this consumerist view of happiness rarely lasts very long. There is no one magical product that is going improve your mental health and make you feel all better. Rather, it is about changing your life to include more practices that take care of your mental health.
Mindfulness is something we may associate with sitting meditation practice. Even if you do meditate, chances are that you spend most of your day off the cushion and engaging with the world around you. If you’re not one for meditation, that’s perfectly alright. Whether or not you can find a meditation group near you, you can practice building awareness in your everyday life.
We know that the lifestyle is hectic and it is hard to relax nowadays, but it is necessary to restart yourself once in a while so you can proceed with the every day activities. Here are some tips on how to enjoy yourself within 5 minutes.
Admitting a problem can be difficult, but some aren’t always apparent. This is especially true of emotional hoarding, which makes everyday life a reminder of traumatic times past. It’s not at all a healthy way to live, and the acquired stress can wreak havoc all over your body. Learn three of the signs below, as well as some solutions for this tough issue.
From an evolutionary perspective, stress is great. Our flight or fight response is a wonderful biological design that enabled our ancient ancestors to fight very large bears, or run away from things that were certainly angry, and quite possibly very hungry. Without it, none of us would be here today.