12 results for tag: mental health


Having an Old-fashioned Nervous Breakdown Might Be a Good Thing

Should the term "nervous breakdown" be embraced again? One of my (Michael’s) favorite journalists, Jerry Useem, provides a fascinating look at the history of the nervous breakdown in this article he wrote for The Atlantic titled “Bring Back the Nervous ...
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Nature and its Impact on Mental Health

It is common knowledge that exercise is good for both mental and physical health, but most people don't know that where you do it can also have a big impact. A large and growing body of research shows that being outside, specifically being surrounded by green ...
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How to Get the Best Mental Health Support

Elaine was burned out. After working nonstop and homeschooling her kids for a year, she was having a hard time finding the motivation to get out of bed in the morning. She knew that both her work and her parenting would start to suffer if something didn’t ...
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Create Space for Conversations About Mental Health in the Workplace

For too long, the topic of mental health has been the ultimate work-talk taboo. The stigma that comes from vulnerable conversations about mental health can be heavy. But the statistics are too significant to ignore—1 in 5 adults experience issues with ...
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5-Step Guide on How to Feel Your Feelings

 Identify Take time to slow down and identify your emotions. Using the Feelings Wheel can help you identify what you are feeling, come to terms with the feelings, and ultimately, become more self-aware and self-compassionate. Feel Give yourself the ...
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Hiring People in Recovery: The Case for How it Benefits Employers

The saying is "everyone deserves a second chance," so you may think because you have a business to run you can't worry about things like that. However, you can add value to your business and still do good for other people and your community. What you don't ...
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Men’s Guide to Practicing Self-Love

Tune Out Negativity This is a great first step to improving self-love. You should let the desire of being true to yourself outweigh the desire to fit the mold of what others want you to be. Here are two things that you can start doing now. Reevaluate ...
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How to Listen to Your Male Friend or Partner

For a man to share some of his softer and emotional sides he needs to make the decision on his own. Don't make demands. Demanding emotional support is only going to shut him down. Slowdown When the man finally opens up, just listen, Don't provide solutions, ...
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Don’t Be a Man About It: Anthony Vlahos on Mindfulness and Music’s Impact on Mental Health

Stories help us become who we want to become. But men traditionally have a difficult time sharing their own stories, uncomfortable with expressing their vulnerabilities. However, it's these vulnerabilities that makes us more than just our titles. Execu...
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4 Ways to Check on Your Co-workers’ Mental Health

Everyone is going through something right now. It’s important to ask your colleagues how they’re really doing. Chris noticed that his colleague Sasha, a single mother, had missed several recent video calls. He wanted to support her, but wasn’t sure ...
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How Should Your Organization Prioritize Employee Stress and Mental Health?

Employee stress and mental health touch every area of your business. Your employee’s mental health is reflected in productivity, morale, absenteeism, turnover, engagement, burnout, customer satisfaction, teamwork, employee complaints, and incivility. ...
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Why Highly Successful People Seek Therapy

Success doesn't make people immune to depression, marital problems, parenting issues, stress or any of the other reasons people pursue psychotherapy. But, in addition to those common problems that often lead people to get professional help, there are some ...
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