Grief is one of those “things”–emotions, experiences– that is difficult to understand and/or describe until you have gone through it yourself. Even then, grief is still experienced differently, and everyone copes differently.
Here are some thoughts from grieving people on what they wish others understood about their experience(s).
Introverts can ABSOLUTELY excel during a job interview! Need some tips? Check out this article/infographic by clicking HERE.
Looking to grow in your career this year? Below is an article that will give you some helpful, practical ideas for each month of the year. Read it HERE.
Business Insider give some tips HERE to help you discern if you should look for a new job or career. If you are still stuck, perhaps some career counseling would benefit you!
Below is an interesting read from a JMU student based on how a study of people’s decisions to publicly commit to relationships (such as Facebook) is impacted by their fears of social disapproval. Read the article HERE.
Do you feel anxiety at work? Is your anxiety at home primarily stemming from work related problems? If so, check out this article about what NOT to do if you have anxiety at work (about work).
What time of the day do you feel most anxious? Have you noticed a pattern? Perhaps it could have something to do with your food and exercise habits? Read THIS ARTICLE to learn more (*disclaimer: this is not medical advice).
“How did we end up living like this? Why do we do this to ourselves? Why do we do this to our children? When did we forget that we are human beings, not human doings?”
Do you struggle with being too busy? Perhaps it might be good to explore the benefits and costs of living a life without any “margin.” We all need margin in our life- space to breathe and space to welcome interruptions.
Read THIS ARTICLE to learn more about the “Disease of Being Busy.” (Thanks to the Gottman Institute for recently re-posting this on their Facebook page.)