25Apr, 2016
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3 Time Management Tips That Will Improve Your Health and Productivity

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Time management can be tough. What is urgent in your life and what is important to your life are often very different things. This is especially true with your health, Time management can be tough. What is urgent in your life and what is important to your life are often very different things. This is especially true with your health, where the important issues almost never seem urgent even though your life ultimately hangs in the balance. No, going to the gym today isn’t urgent, but it is important for […]
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31Mar, 2016
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Tips to Manage Anxiety and Stress

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When you’re feeling anxious or stressed, these strategies will help you cope: Take a time-out. Practice yoga, listen to music, meditate, get a massage, or learn relaxation techniques. Stepping back from the problem helps clear your head. Eat well-balanced meals. Do not skip any meals. Do keep healthful, energy-boosting snacks on hand. Limit alcohol and caffeine, which can aggravate anxiety and trigger panic attacks. Get enough sleep. When stressed, your body needs additional sleep and rest. Exercise daily to help you feel good and maintain your health. Check out the […]
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25Mar, 2016
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Top 9 Tips For Dealing With Divorce Stress

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Divorce brings with it many negative emotions. Some of these emotions can cause stress that will interfere in our ability to function in our every day lives. The biggest favor you can do yourself is to learn how to relax, let go of the stress and just let the “chips fall.” Focus more on keeping yourself active, healthy and moving forward instead of staying stuck. All it takes is being willing to be good to yourself. Recognizing and dealing with stress is an important aspect of living a healthy productive […]
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24Mar, 2016
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3 Time Management Tips That Will Improve Your Health and Productivity

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Time management can be tough. What is urgent in your life and what is important to your life are often very different things. This is especially true with your health, where the important issues almost never seem urgent even though your life ultimately hangs in the balance. No, going to the gym today isn’t urgent, but it is important for your long–term health. No, you won’t die from stress today, but if you don’t get it figured out soon, you might. No, eating real, unprocessed foods isn’t required for you […]
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24Mar, 2016
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How to Manage Anger: Seven Quick Tips

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Knowing how to manage anger helps you make healthier choices. Some people are prone to rage more often than others, but anger is a feeling that many of us could use a bit of help in handling. The choices we make when angry can often come back to haunt us, but the cycle can be hard to break. Anger has power—but there are healthy and unhealthy ways to deal with that power, from letting it control you to wielding it in a way that spurs you on to something positive. Here’s […]
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22Mar, 2016
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Mental health and employee wellness tips

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Addressing workplace mental health issues is critical to employee wellness – and the success of your business May 11, 2015 Your employees’ mental health can have a big impact on productivity, employee retention and, ultimately, your bottom line. In fact, according to an article commissioned by BMO Harris, mental health and substance abuse disorders are costing American businesses an estimated $80 to $100 billion annually. Talk is cheap Mental health was once a taboo subject, especially in the workplace. But with Americans spending roughly nine hours a day at work, staying silent about […]
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16Mar, 2016
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20 Tips to Help Improve Your Self-Esteem After Substance Abuse Rehab

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It’s normal to feel pretty low immediately after substance abuse rehab, but if you’re still struggling to regain your self-esteem and it’s been longer than you thought it would be before you felt somewhat normal again, don’t fret. While it does take time to heal from all the damage that drug and alcohol abuse does to our bodies and minds, the good news is that we do heal. But we may need a little help to get there, nonetheless. Here are a number of tips that may help in your goal […]
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25Feb, 2016
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5 Tips for Managing Triggers during Addiction Recovery

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Completing treatment for substance abuse or alcohol addiction is a major accomplishment. But the real work starts when you walk out the door. You are now making a commitment to abstinence from drugs and alcohol every single day. You will encounter cravings for your drug of choice, and for any escape, an opportunity to numb out, and perhaps, sometimes, an overall desire to not feel what you are feeling. You will encounter triggers in the form of events, people, and subsequent emotions that will make you want to drink or […]
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24Feb, 2016
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6 Tips for Better Time Management

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The simple, unpleasant truth is that we are probably busier than we ever have been. Notwithstanding the fact that little science backs up this notion, the anecdotal evidence is overwhelming. “You can see it all around us,” says Jana Jasper, a New York-based productivity expert and author of Take Back Your Time. “People talk too fast. We’re always in a rush. We start things and don’t finish them and are constantly nagged by the idea that we’ve forgotten to do something, but we’re not sure what it is.” That people […]
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17Feb, 2016
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12 tips if you are a victim of domestic violence in the West

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Of women who reported being raped and/or physically assaulted since the age of 18, three quarters (76 percent) were victimized by a current or former husband, cohabitating partner, date or boyfriend. — (Prevalence Incidence, and Consequences of Violence Against Women: Findings from the National Violence Against Women Survey, U.S. Department of Justice, November, 1998.) Estimates range from 960,000 incidents of violence against a current or former spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend per year to 4 million women who are physically abused by their husbands or live-in partners per year. — (Violence […]
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