With the summer ending, the idea of returning to school or back to a rigorous work schedule can be difficult to cope with. Most people “go with the flow” and take things day by day. This may be effective in the short term and can certainly help you enjoy the last few weeks of summer, but is not sustainable long term.
During the holiday season, we tend to shift our focus from work and daily responsibilities to time spent with family and friends. For most, it is a welcomed respite from the monotony of the work week. However, for some, this time of year can stir up problematic symptoms of anxiety and depression. Read more
Anxiety has the power to cripple our ability to get things done.
When we experience the hallmarks of anxiety (racing thoughts, tightness in chest, panic etc.), the perception of our obstacles throughout the week becomes worse if we don’t take action.
Why does this happen?
Whether you are a student or in the work force, anxiety can cripple your ability to perform at work or in the classroom and drain you of any energy needed to carry out tasks in your personal life.
The University of Pittsburgh reviewed a 25 year longitudinal study covering the effects of early support for individuals …
In 2017, the American Psychological Association conducted a survey called Stress in America: The State of Our Nation and …