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Financial Stress And Turmoil Is money and your finances keeping you awake at night? There has been a huge amount of turmoil in our markets and this has caused increase financial stress for many, especially those whose investments may be negatively impacted, those who may be close to retirement, and those whose job depends on a healthy economy. During these uncertain economic times it is essential that we find positive ways to take care of ourselves even when financial stress is top of mind. Finances And Stress We cannot change or predict what will happen in the markets and what may or may not happen with the economy. What we can do is follow the S-O-S approach and ensure that...Read More
Evaluate Your Life: Do You Have Balance? Have you ever had balance? Without taking the time to evaluate how things are, it is nearly impossible to make the changes you need to make in order to create the life you wish to lead. What does your balance look like? Building Resilience By Evaluating Your Life Evaluate Your Life Day is an opportunity to sit down and review. It is a time to pause and reflect. What are you not happy with? Would you like to change anything? What are you proud of? Is everything going well? In my workshops, I help people look at what they are spending their time and energy on and then we discuss how would they...Read More
Do Difficult People Ruin Your Day? It’s the end of the day and you’re exhausted, frustrated and wondering if this is what your work has come to. You hear yourself describing how some difficult people ruin your day. If anyone else talked like that, would you wonder why that person continued to work where they do? Why Are You Letting Difficult People Ruin An Otherwise Good Day? Understanding why some people become more difficult or negative, and when they are more likely to act that way, can prevent you from obsessing about that one difficult person to the exclusion of all the others who were quite pleasant and appreciated your work. By reflecting on your role in these difficult interactions,...Read More
Depression Screening There are many who are suffering with Depression in silence and who are feeling that there is no where to turn. The guilt and the shame of not being able to effectively cope with day-to-day stressors leaves many feeling isolated, helpless and hopeless. We know that for heart disease or diabetes, health screenings provide a quick and easy way to spot the first signs of serious illness and can reach people who might not otherwise seek professional medical advice. With two out of every three people who are experiencing depression not seeking help, why isn’t depression screening seen as just as important? There are many reasons as to why someone wouldn’t reach out for medical advice or help....Read More
Self-Care During Challenging Times You may be like me and feeling that these changes and challenging times that we are currently facing are taking their toll on your self-care and your mental health. We have buckled down, and hunkered down. Self-care has fallen to the wayside. We will never feel at ease or in control if our task list is so long that it doesn’t allow for a little downtime. Beverly Beuermann-King Click to tweet A lack of self-care causes more stress. Self-care during challenging times is critical. Without it, we can not be resilient. We need to give ourselves permission to do less and to focus on our needs. To take care of ourself is restorative. People who focus on self-care...Read More