Posts Tagged "stress"

We All Have Our Storms: Handling Death, Loss & Stress

I have a really great memory for some things. Whole evenings escape me but the shattering insecurity of not being allowed to shave my legs in the sixth grade sits alongside First Heartbreak and High School Graduation in the file

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I Think He Wants People To Snap: Stress of Living in America

Rush Limbaugh recently shared with his radio listeners that he thinks ‘Obama [is] literally pushing people to snap, attacking the very sanity of the country‘. He exclaimed: ‘Everything that people hold dear is under assault -[he is] deliberately making people upset!’ Some

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Handling Stress in Today’s World

April is National Stress Awareness Month. The Institute of HeartMath published a great article about the changing nature of stress and ways of coping with it that is worth re-blogging here. We all know we should reduce our stress, but that’s easier said

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Worry as a Badge of Honor: Choice Between Worry and Care

Last week I had a client whom I was debriefing following her Energy Leadership Index Assessment (ELI). The ELI assessment provides insights into how we show up in various aspects of our life. It measures a person’s potential leadership ability by her

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Choice of Moving Forward or Being Stuck in Life

My daughter’s apartment was robbed yesterday. She lost all of her electronics, which to a 19-year-old in college, in the middle of her midterms, is rather disastrous. After the initial shock, she made a wise decision to step up, take

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