Coping with Workplace Bullying Workplace bullying is not only something that most people have experienced at least once in their lives; but, can also leave you feeling like your confidence has been completely knocked. It affects your mood, it affects
There a lot of people out there who find it hard to say just one simple word… “no.” Some people would rather rearrange their entire week or month just to avoid having to say that word. Others may avoid the
Have you ever wondered about your personality type? A lot of people do. There’s a commonly used personality test called Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) which has been around for quite a long time. It’s often used in team building, career
Did you know that for people who cannot make it into the office, we offer therapy via Skype? For some people, depending on their needs, they like the flexibility of being anywhere when they have their therapy session. Or others,
This post was originally written for All The Buzz In light of Robin William’s recent death, a lot of us are saddened. I know for me personally, he was such an integral part of my childhood, growing up with Mrs.
This blog post was originally written on behalf of Reach Out for the 17 March 2013 edition of the Sunday Business Post Reaching out for help for the first time can be a big step. However, there are some things you can do
This blog post is an article originally written for the Sunday Business Post on behalf of ReachOut.com When you feel it is time to reach out for some help, deciding who to reach out to can be difficult. It is important to talk
anad.org As many of you in the health community know, this week (February 26-March 3rd) is National Eating Awareness Week in America, and this past week (February 20-26th) in Ireland. So, to do my part, today’s post is about the
Criticism: It’s something all of us will hear, and frankly need to hear at some point or another in our lives. If it wasn’t for periodic criticism, we would never improve. Does that mean it’s easy to take? Absolutely not!
Hopefully, in the previous post on anger, you were able to learn a bit about how you tend to respond to anger. Now that you have had a chance to explore your anger style, this post focuses on how to