Getting Back On Your Feet Post-COVID Recovery
COVID-19 takes a toll on your body in many different ways. While recovery is challenging in itself, the impact of COVID-19 diagnosis on your mind can be devastating. Read on to know how you can cope with post-COVID emotional concerns.
6 Ways to Be There For Your Support System
Support systems are what keep us motivated and going in times of difficulties. These support systems could include our friends, family, colleagues, partners, neighbors or acquaintances. If we want our relationships with friends and family to be ever so refreshing and young, we need to replenish our support systems
Coping and Dealing with Suicidal Ideation
Sometimes, we might be hurting so much that thoughts of suicide occur to us. At these times, it is very important to know that you are not alone. Here are a few ways to get through this painful period and begin to slowly feel better.
Coping With a Bad Day at Work
We have all had a bad day at work. But some people handle it better, while others are affected rather badly. Read about some ways in which you can contain the fall out of having faced a rough day at office.
Coping After A Miscarriage
Going through a miscarriage can be a traumatic experience for a woman. If you have been through the ordeal of miscarriage, you are probably well aware of the emotional impact it can have. You have to deal with both the physical and the emotional aspects. Take a look at the emotional impact of miscarriage and how to cope in healthy ways.
Teaching Children to Handle Failure
Failure is something that none of us are comfortable with and if it were possible, we would very likely banish from this world! But that again depends on what our conditioning and beliefs are about failure. What did the significant adults in our lives teach us about success and failure or how did they handle failure? Herein lie vital clues about our own belief systems, the influence this has on our take on the matter and how we talk to our children about failure.
Stress Proofing Your Child
If you feel that stress affects only adults and if you have been thinking, "but childhood means being carefree and happy, isn't it?", then think again. In a world of academic pressures and where tough competition exists with the need to perform to one's best, you may be worried about your child's future career and success. While many of these expectations can be motivating, excessive pressure can result in psychological ill-health and lower levels of well-being for children.
Coping with Loss
Pain that is emotional, hurts as much, if not more than physical pain. Some of us talk about it while some of us keep it inside. We feel emotional pain when we confront a loss. This loss can be financial, a relationship, or even the loss of some prized possession. The value of the loss is not just in terms of money, but more often in terms of what meaning it holds for that person.
Women and Multiple Role Stress
Women who work and have to look after the home and family typically undergo what is known as "Multiple Role Stress". This refers to the opposing pressures and demands from the multiple roles they are trying to juggle. Read the article to learn more about your difficulties with the various roles and how to manage them effectively.
Coping with Emotions at Work
We all have moments when our emotions get the better of us. Not surprising, considering the fact that we face stressors at the workplace that include budget cuts, layoffs, deadlines, irate customers or an unreasonable boss maybe. Of course when things are going well, work is a breeze but it is when things get rough that negative emotions come into play.