Posts tagged Mental health
Posts tagged Mental health
How To Edit Your New Year’s Resolution for Success
Coming Soon! New ebook written for men who suffered from childhood sexual abuse. You can overcome your past and live happily & healithy with yourself & others. Check out www.markdworkin.com or this tumblr feed for updates.
New Ebook Written for Men Sexually Aused In Childhood Coming Soon!
You don’t feel like trying again. So why do it? Because loving is the most natural thing to do. We are communal people and as Barbara Streisand sang, “People, people who need people are the luckiest people in the world.” That’s how we are hard wired from birth. As babies we need our caretakers or we literally die.
These exercises are designed for you to better understand the nature of your frustration with your partner and for the two of you to being to heal that relationship. Be as honest as you can, be willing to be real. Because the more honest you are, the more thorough your answers, the more realistic the goal of healing this relationship actually is…..click to read whole article
Many of us are stressed out, stuck at home during the storm without power & only our smart phones to distract us from the mess of down trees and flooding in the streets. First, re-evaluate: are we safe? Then, take a look at your worries & check out this article on coping. & above all remember- the lights will come back on =)
Please note: If you (or a loved one) are feeling suicidal, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK, or for immediate emergency assistance, call 911.
There is Hope!
Everybody loves stress. we thrive on it.
It brings out the best in us.
Stress is the doorkeeper of the “fight-or-flight” mechanism. When it gets the better of us, our dash for safety can be a dash straight out of the door of our own lives.
It can be. It doesn’t have to be.
How to Overcome Stress & Land the Job
One of the times where stress can build to the danger level fast is when we’re looking for a job. Think of what is at stake! Our job not only keeps the roof over our head, it enables us to care for and educate our children. It is often the determiner of who our friends are, our social class, and it even largely defines our sense of self.
Looking for a job puts us where much of our stress originates from, from our dreams, insecurities, fear of failure (or even success).
So how can you defuse the stress and succeed?
1. Learn your best strengths and where they can be used, even if it means pushing into a minimal market; because in the end the employer chooses the best candidate whether from a tank of 300 fish or 3,000; so go where you can be your best.
What could you accomplish?