Remember work life, pre-Covid? Wow, what a different world that was. We took for granted that the air was safe, didn’t worry much about viruses, and could only fantasize about having the ability to work at home. A major lesson Covid-19 has taught us about the workplace is how flexible it can be. It took… Read More Workplace Burnout, at Home?
The Quiet Pandemic of Loneliness During Covid-19 Loneliness is a miserable state of mind whether we are in a global pandemic or it’s just another Tuesday night alone with Netflix. For people who are single during Covid-19, the loneliness and isolation may seem even more acute. With social distancing practices being recommended to avoid transmission… Read More The Quiet Pandemic of Loneliness During Covid-19
Men and women have different life experiences. Although common gender dichotomies are much more a reflection of social programming than biological nature, they exist in many aspects of life. One clear example is the differential experiences men and women have with respect to people-pleasing. But regardless of whether you’re a man or a woman, you’re… Read More Are Women Pressured into Unhealthy People-Pleasing?
Support group for women of color: We are focusing on creating a safe environment for healing, processing and support where women of color may engage in discussion and self-expression related to the complexities as well as triumphs unique to your experiences. Topic include but are not limited to: Racism and dealing with microaggressions Stress management… Read More Support Group for Women of Color
What are the origins of anger? Rage. Fury. Wrath. Simmering, seething, exploding with anger. Simply seeing language associated with it evokes an emotional response, and alludes to something building below the surface, forging an avenue of escape. In our society, people are taught to hold in and deny the very existence of anger, rather than… Read More The Origins of Anger