Loneliness isn’t something that only adults feel when caught up in the daily grind or isolated from loved ones--children can feel lonely as well. Lonely children may feel purposeless and rejected, predisposing them to negative consequences both in the short term as well as when they grow up to be adults.
Getting older can come with so many perks, such as retirement, more peace, and an ability to finally relax. However, if you want to truly make the most of your golden years, you have to be willing to take control of your physical and mental health. Here are some simple habits you can start now to commit to a healthier, happier life.
Buy Yourself a New Mattress
According to data gathered by the American Psychological Association, about half of American households contain at least one person who has sought treatment for mental health issues.
As a mental health counselor, you want to be able to help the people who come to you to get their lives on track. In order to do so, you need to make sure you offer the latest and most effective treatments and types of therapy.
You’ve come to a point of familiarity in your job. You pretty much know what to expect day in and day out. You know your tasks, and you handle them well. So, what’s next?
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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If you or members of your team excel in the hard, technical skills but lack more of the soft, interpersonal skills, remember this - soft skills can be taught. Online training and development programs are an excellent solution to closing the soft skills gap in your organization. Read more to discover five of the most in-demand soft skills as well as online courses designed to help learners who’d like to improve their abilities in these areas.
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?
“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”