Stress

Facing the New Normal: 5 Approaches to Support Employees’ Mental Health

Remote work, endless video conferences, online team building activities, and social distancing in public are all part of today’s “new normal.” The new normal is also a perpetual state of anxiety, uncertainty, and stress that has varying effects on everyone’s mental health. The repercussions of the pandemic on mental health are considerable, and they will … Read more

Prolonged Duress Stress Disorder PDSD

This article provides information and an explanation on Prolonged Duress Stress Disorder or PDSD. Prolonged Duress Stress Disorder Explained Common Indicators for PDSD How Can PDSD Be Treated? Does Counseling Help With PDSD? In today’s day and age, society continues to thrive technologically, economically, and financially, unfortunately, the same cannot be said about our mental … Read more

Simple Ways to Reduce Stress Levels

Stress is a frequent occurrence that can take a toll on your physical and mental well-being. But the good news is that stress is manageable. With some healthy strategies, you can reduce stress levels in no time! Feeling overwhelmed by a stressful situation? Here are 8 effective stress-relievers to calm down your mind, body, and … Read more

Self-Care

Self-care is a personal matter that is different for everyone. Sometimes we tend to ignore our emotions and let them bottle up which can lead to stress or unhealthy ways of coping with stress. By making self-care a daily activity in your life you can enjoy your life to its full potential and be able … Read more

Reducing Stress at Christmas

Christmas is typically one of the most stressful events of the year. The expense of buying gifts, the pressure of last minute shopping, and the heightened expectations of family togetherness can all combine to undermine our best intentions. Some practical suggestions can help you reduce your ‘Christmas stress’. Christmas shopping According to a recent study … Read more

Quarter-Life Crisis

What is Quarter-Life? After WWII there was a change in society due to industrialisation and globalisation. Jobs required more training which meant children stayed in school longer and entered the workforce later. This also meant that they gained financial independence and got married later in life. Both marriage and financial independence are two aspects that … Read more

Unemployment: A World of Possibilities

Any major life transition can be both exciting and scary – that is, whether planned or unplanned, changes to ones normal routine can often be anxiety provoking. One such chaotic life experience may be when you are faced with the prospect of unemployment or job loss. In today’s society, occupation is so often linked to … Read more

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