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Going through separation from a spouse is one of the top five most painful experiences in life. Divorce is more than loss of a partner. It is a separation from your dreams, fracturing finances, and limiting time with children. With so much consequence, it’s no wonder that many people are unable to recover trust in Read more Coping with Divorce
Mindfulness has grown in awareness in America over the past decade. Healthcare providers are increasingly conscientious of mindfulness. Media has also begun to recognize the Read more Mindful Living in America
Mindfulness has gained increasing acceptance in America. Yoga studios are popping up throughout cities, college athletic programs include mindfulness practices in their training, NPR even Read more What is Mindfulness?
In a previous blog, I wrote about how resentment and anger damage our lives. Forgiveness is the key to escape a negative path that tears Read more How to Forgive
Harboring anger. Fostering resentment. We hold these feelings against people who have wronged us like a sword for revenge. The problem is that we pay Read more The Truth Behind Resentment and Anger
Saying “I’m sorry” is a social convention we are taught from the earliest days of our lives. One of the first lessons we learn when Read more Why Do We Apologize?
Bipolar Disorder can damage lives and relationships in major ways. The ups can lead to overspending, extreme risk-taking, and impulsive behaviors. The downs can result Read more Managing Bipolar Disorder
Life for people living with ADHD is different than folks with normal functioning attention. It is far more difficult to sit through long classes and Read more Managing Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
We’ve all experienced it; coming into work feeling exhausted. Every hour seems like a fight as we ask ourselves, “Why am I so tired?” Fatigue Read more Chronic Fatigue at Work
This idea is a bit daunting for many folks. Most of us feel like we are working through the week and that weekends are when we get to share personal time with family members. Even if you only have a few hours each night when you get home, if you can create a culture that Read more Family Time is Not Just for the Weekends
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