Beautiful woman staring wistfully out the window
October 10th 2018

Being in a tumultuous relationship doesn’t just affect your mood—it may also be having an impact on your health.

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September 12th 2018

It’s been said that adults make about 35,000 decisions a day; from the trivial to the more important – from whether to have that dessert to whether to accept that new job – that’s a lot of decisions! Most of the decisions we make each day don’t require much thought at all. In fact, several decisions we make either unconsciously or very quickly out of habit. But are the quick decisions made from habit what’s best for us? Have we become so complacent in some areas of our lives that we don’t even realize we have a choice anymore?

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August 29th 2018

“Decide on the three things that you'd like to accomplish in the next 12 hours in order for you to feel like the day was a success”

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July 11th 2018

We all feel unsure at times, over our head, wondering if we can do this “thing” we have in front of us. Whether facing a work presentation, preparing for a final exam, starting a new job or enrolling in school, times of stress may make us doubt our abilities. In these situations, our inclination may be to think or utter words of self-doubt, but it’s important to realize that those negative statements can undermine our intentions and abilities.

Improve Productivity
May 23rd 2018

In our quest to get things done, we sometimes confuse busyness with productivity. What is the difference? It’s easier to be busy and more difficult to be productive; as productivity requires focus, strategic thinking and big-picture planning.

Many of us have had the opportunity to work with “busy” people. They constantly rush around, in a mild state of panic, stay late at work, and yet seem to accomplish very little in their week. Conversely, there are those who appear to effortlessly get things done, who always seem to be in control, to have the answer.

A drawing of the brainstorming process
April 11th 2018

Are you looking for a solution to a specific problem? Do you need to kick your creative side into gear? Brainstorming is an effective tool for situations where creative thinking and problem solving are required. Brainstorming can be done by an individual, or in a group, and both options have their benefits. The point of brainstorming, whether in a group or alone, is to get as many ideas out of your head in as little time possible. In the initial stages of brainstorming, you are technically “brain dumping”.

Anxious young woman sitting on couch
March 28th 2018

No matter where you may be, anxiety has a funny way of sneaking up and surprising you. While you try  to keep yourself together when your spouse is deployed, the last thing you want to do is get anxious  about everyday tasks. There are numerous situations that could contribute to an unexpected anxiety flare-up, but the good news is that there are ways to quickly help relieve the stress of the situation.

1. Work

Gears and team members - problem solving
February 14th 2018

We all encounter problems in our everyday lives – whether at work or at home. Common problems might be time-management issues, or personality conflicts at the work-place. As unpleasant as some of these problems can be, it’s important to come up with an effective strategy to dealing with them. The following steps can help you better identify issues and come up with solutions for life’s obstacles!

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January 24th 2018

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Woman standing in front of a rainbow
November 22nd 2017

Did you know that expressing gratitude can improve the quality of your health and even add years to your life expectancy? Robert Emmons, a psychology professor at the University of California at Davis, is a leading researcher in the field of “positive psychology”. His research supports the theory that those who develop an “attitude of gratitude” can experience a wide variety of health benefits. 

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