Posts Tagged ‘professionals’

blog, healthcare, coronavirus, Covid-19, stress

Stress Relief Tips For Healthcare Workers

You work 12 hour shifts where you’re constantly on your feet. You barely have time to sit down and eat a meal. Your shifts a re full of demanding patients and few, if any, expressions of gratitude. Healthcare workers including EMT’s, Paramedics, Nurses, and Doctors, display an inner resolve that is both amazing and admirable.…

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friends, friendships, relationships, communication

How Not To Be A Terrible Friend in 3 Easy Steps: Step 3

Step 3: Not Waiting For Your Friend To Reach Out Have you ever found yourself saying, I haven’t heard from so and so in such a long time or so and so never reaches out to get together anymore? I know I have. On the other hand, have you ever sort of confronted yourself and…

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self-esteem, physical health

Self-Esteem and Your Physical Health

3 Things that Hurt Your Self-Esteem: #2 Neglecting Your Physical Health We live in an age where you can have virtually anything delivered to your doorstep. I mean, even McDonald’s. It’s as if the idea of “fast food” is no longer fast enough in our society. While this is super convenient and helpful at times,…

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dating, relationships, love

4 Signs He’s Not Into You: Spending All Your Time Together

When you’re in high school and you are dating, you typically spend a lot of time together. Maybe you stay after together for your extracurricular activities or one of you has a car, which makes it super easy to meet up. It’s fun. It’s being a teenager. You may spend all your extra time with…

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loneliness and technology

Loneliness and Social Media

Recently, NPR had a great article on loneliness (NPR article). How is it possible that, with the multitude of ways we have to connect with others, we can feel so disconnected? How many of us aimlessly scroll through Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat once, twice, even multiple times a day? I know I’m guilty. Do…

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