With the challenges brought on by the covid-19 pandemic, war, political instability, recession, inflation, supply issues, etc., many people are feeling more stressed. In addition, we also have our other personal issues such as family problems, situations at work or school, illnesses, etc. In an effort to fight or respond to feeling stressed some persons … Continue reading Calming Your Anxiety
Nobody wants to be a part of a workplace that is toxic; well except for those individuals who thrive in toxic relationships and environments. In an effort to maintain a healthy lifestyle it is also essential that our workplace is psychologically healthy. The workplace forms a major part of our life based on time spent … Continue reading Toxic Workplace?
As many of us continue to adapt to the many stressors around us, it is necessary that we find ways to cope with these challenges. Not only do we want to cope with these challenges, but we also want to be there to help our loved ones or even just associates such as colleagues or … Continue reading Simple Tips to Manage Stress
Burnout is being increasingly used, especially in fast paced cultures and chances are it is being used by you to describe how you're currently feeling. But how can you know or at least have an idea that what you're experiencing is burnout and not something else? Some of the most common symptoms of burnout (https://positivepsychology.com/burnout/) … Continue reading Burnout and You
So i recently came across a post on a social media platform which suggests that to be totally in love one must feel some sort of madness. I subsequently shared same with a few persons who were quite annoyed at it and believed that it was far from so. Responses received were like "Huh", "That's … Continue reading In Love to the Point of Madness