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Testicular Cancer Awareness Week Did you see this: … WARNING Are you a man between 12-50 or Are you a son, brother, father, mother, spouse, or friend of someone who is? Know this: There will be nearly 9,000 new cases of Testicular Cancer diagnosed during 2013 and 380 young men will die from the disease because they didn’t catch it in time. That is more deaths than women in this age group who will die of breast cancer. In addition, there will be 1,280 men diagnosed with penis and other genital cancers of which 290 men will die. (tcwa.org) Testicular Cancer is the most common cancer in men ages 15-40, that time when we don’t want to admit...Read More
Have you ever had a bad day and then while driving home some “jerk” makes you even more angry? Or have you ever been embarrassed that your children have witnessed you lose your cool while driving? Almost everyone has experienced a road rage situation and we can find hundreds of news articles on incidents of road rage. Even comedian, Robin Williams reports that he has suffered from intense road rage and once yelled so loudly that his embarrassed son begged him to put the window up. The only difference between you and a road ‘rager’ is how you deal with these feelings. Commuting How many of us get to and from work and a study by Clark,...Read More
Spiritual Wellness Month I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. Know what it is to be in need and I know what it is to have more than enough. I’ve learnt the secret to being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether poor or rich. I have the ability to face all situations because of the strength God gives me. Philippians 4:11-13 This is the sign above my desk that I read everyday that I am in my office. I am not there yet, but it is what I strive for. Contentment. A belief that things will be okay and that I will be okay. Start with breathing. It can...Read More
Spring Fever – A feeling of restlessness, excitement, or laziness brought on by the coming of spring. Spring Fever – Is a physiological and psychological shift in the body’s response to changing seasons. Forget about chocolate and oysters. The changing ratios of light and darkness announcing the beginning of spring invariably put the whole animal kingdom into a quiver. Not only is love in the air but so is the return of our energy and rise in our moods. A feeling of restlessness, excitement, or laziness brought on by the coming of spring. Beverly Beuermann-King Click to tweet Statistically, at least half of the people who live in the northern latitudes of USA and Canada experience...Read More
Having trouble returning to work on Mondays? Feel like you never really left? Enjoy your job, but hate getting out of bed? You may be struggling with the blahs, which may not necessarily be a reflection of your like or dislike for your job. Your Monday morning struggle may be due to dealing with the transition from one dimension of your life to another. Beverly’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Dealing With the Monday Blahs: Leave work at work whenever you can Plan your Monday tasks on Friday so that you can combat that swamped feeling. Plan something enjoyable for Monday. Re-organize yourself the night before you return to work Set leisure goals for the weekend....Read More