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Category Archives: Anxiety

Man in the Mirror: How To Bring Positive Change to Your Workplace

The average full-time worker in America now spend over 40 hours per week on their jobs. We spend more time with our co-workers than we do with our families, or so it seems at times. ¬†If you’re fortunate, your work peers feel like one big happy family…or perhaps they feel like one big dysfunctional family. ūüėČ It is important that […]

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Three Simple Tips to Easily Combat Your Stress

We live in a world of high stress. High demands. Crisis. This¬†chronic (ongoing) stress is extremely unhealthy and physically taxing on our bodies, causing problems with sexual desire, reproduction, and other intestinal, respiratory, cardiovascular issues. Learning how to comfort and self-soothe is one of the most beneficial things a person can do, as it¬†helps us relax, rather than stay on […]

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How to Successfully Weather Life Transitions as a Couple

Life has many transitions…births, deaths, marriages, children, empty nest, and the list goes on. ¬†While these transitions are normal and expected, there are other¬†transitions that are unplanned and more of a surprise, such as the loss of a job, unexpected moves, or trauma/tragedy. ¬†Transitions can be stressful for any individual. However, going through transitions and adjustments as a married couple […]

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How To Use The Power of Positive Self Talk

It seems like we all have a constant flow of chatter happening in our brains. Some positive, some downright negative. Research is clear, the power of how we speak to ourselves is monumental.¬†Our thoughts turn into reality. It is the Law of Attraction; ‚Äúlike attracts like‚ÄĚ at work! Studies have found that your self talk impacts the way we perform […]

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Why Self Care is the New Black

Living on caffeine, little sleep, and¬†chocolate has been in vogue in the United States. Work work work, and no play. In fact,¬†researchers have found that people work more and relax less in the United States, and take¬†less time off. All this work and little time off for personal time has resulted in more stress, higher rates of burnout, and increased […]

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Radical Acceptance: 5 Ways to Free Yourself from Anxiety

Recently I¬†was stuck on a tarmac in a plane. I¬†remember¬†feeling¬†anxious to get home to my family and frustrated that we were wasting time because the airport didn’t plan their take off schedule effectively. If I really considered where my anxiety was coming from, it was because I was in a situation I didn’t want to be in and I had […]

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