1806, 2019

Does Your Stress Stem from Navigating Social Identity Issues at Work?

By |June 18th, 2019|Categories: Social Identities, Workplace Stress|0 Comments

When social identity issues are not addressed well in the workplace, it can cause a lot of stress. You know it’s rough when your workplace stress is about the navigating the dynamics of being the only minority on the Diversity Task Force, experiencing cultural isolation in the work place, or figuring out how to address hurtful and infuriating comments from coworkers, clients, and bosses [...]

1406, 2019

How to Express What You Need in Your Relationship

By |June 14th, 2019|Categories: Dating & Relationships|0 Comments

When disagreements or difficult conversations with our loved ones arise, many of us may cope by using old ways of protecting ourselves like withdrawing, avoiding, and leading with frustration. These approaches can feel better in the short-term, but can also make us less able to identify what we need and how to communicate them more effectively. If you are struggling to express what you need [...]

2805, 2019

Burnout Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

By |May 28th, 2019|Categories: Burnout|0 Comments

Even – and sometimes, especially – individuals with the strongest passion for what they do can fizzle out, and get "burnt out." Burnout runs deeper than daily stress, as it's typically the result of chronic stress that's permeated into different areas of an individual's life. By understanding what burnout looks like, you’re empowering yourself to seek help if, and when, you need it. What is [...]