We have all at some stage within our working careers had that one particular co-worker in the office, that no matter what you say to try to help their current situation or maybe just in general, has had a bad mood or attitude at work. Sometimes it can be that your co-worker will be in … Continue reading How to avoid catching a bad mood from your coworker
“Decide what to be and go be it!” When we decide to make the decision to find out who we are as an individual and change our life for the better, there are usually many situations and life choices that we have made that have brought us to this cross roads within our lives. For … Continue reading New Year, New You! How to find out who you are, by discovering new interests.
Work related stress is becoming a growing problem around the world, which can affect not only the health and wellbeing of the employees, but also productivity within the workplace. Each and everyone one of us deals with our stress levels in different ways. Stress can arise where by our work demands of various types and … Continue reading How to support a colleague’s stress levels
We have all had one of those days mainly towards the end of the day when our energy levels are low, our motivation is drained, and we have so much more to achieve with little time to do it in. When we are in this mindset, we don’t feel successful and end up walking out … Continue reading 5 Ways to end everyday to feel more Successful
I’m on a new adventure…. I have been stable for three years. No manic episodes. No manic-depressive episodes. So, we explored the idea of me going off one of the medications that makes me tired and causes me to gain weight. There’s nothing wrong with being on medication. There’s no shame in it. Even once … Continue reading Leaving The Medication Behind.
5 Steps to Motivate Yourself Have you been putting something off? We all know how it goes, part of us telling ourselves to stop procrastinating and just focus our energy on getting the task finished. The other part of us is telling us I just don’t won’t to do it. There have been plenty of … Continue reading 5 Steps to Motivate Yourself
We live within a society were we rely heavily on technology, whether it be using our laptops to tablets to satellite navigation within our cars to get from point A to point B and of course our phones. When we look back when we were younger or even at our parents and grandparents day, we … Continue reading Preventing or ending a phone addiction – yes, it’s a real thing!!
The success of a student is every teacher’s number one priority over the course of their teaching career. For some students success can be getting good grades and for other it may mean increased involvement within the classroom environment. You can help all your students achieve their full potential regardless of how the measure they … Continue reading Tips for Teachers to help a student with Autism. How you can help them succeed!!
I’d like to give you some tips on how to deal with social anxiety. It can be difficult to get out there when you have this. My oldest has this, and we’ve started doing these to help ease her mind. It takes time. You can do this. 1. Identify your safety behaviors and work to … Continue reading 5 Ways To Deal With Anxiety On Your Own
Whether we're talking about PTSD from the military, from an abusive relationship, or any other type of traumatic experience, there are some things that simply should never be said to a person with PTSD, and here are a few. 1. "Maybe you should talk about it" Well, that would probably be fantastic, only how do … Continue reading 7 Things not to say to someone you love with PTSD