Try these 5 tips for managing a traumatic event as a starting point if you are in an intense situation. With the recent Bushfires around Australia it seems timely to put out some tips on how to cope with difficult situations.
Running from your problems may sound counter intuitive. However, for the 264 million people worldwide dealing with depression running may be the best prescription.
Having an occasional night of tossing and turning isn’t unusual. It can happen to the best of us. However, if you notice that it is becoming a pattern it is time to take note. In today’s busy world improving our sleep quality becomes extra important. It is easy for us to get run down and over committed.
Ask yourself what that big hairy audacious dream is. Leave that dream just as it is except label it a goal and figure out a way to get to there from where you are. You may just surprise yourself if you put your mind to it.
Living a balanced life is something many people would like to do. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. Here are a few tips that may help you find a bit more balance.
Holiday survival may sound harsh but the silly season poses some challenges as well as positives. Here are a few tips to help stay positive as we wrap up the year.
Figuring out how to handle an affair is one of the most difficult things a couple may ever have to do. You may be thinking it couldn’t happen to us. Fortunately, it is a minority of relationships who have to deal with this issue. However, for those that do experience an affair in their relationship it constitutes a significant trauma.
Preparing the Family for a Move may conjure images of stacks of boxes. Though logistical tasks are important they don’t address all the expat’s needs. I recently wrote a guest post on Preparing the Family for a Move which appeared on the International Therapist Directory website that explores this topic in much more detail.
If you are on the hunt for ways to better manage stress and anxiety you may be interested in an article I recently wrote for International Panic Day that appeared on the Psychology Matters Asia website.