Print BlogThe year 2020 will go down as one of the most challenging in history. The pandemic and its subsequent effects have made life much bleaker than any of us would have liked. With high unemployment rates and mental health issues faced by employees due
Print Blog2020 may be coming to an end, but we’re still scrambling to maintain some semblance of normalcy as the pandemic rages on. In addition to derailing our lifestyle, the pandemic has also significantly impacted our mental health.
Print BlogSome blame politics, others blame social media, bad parenting, or reality TV, but we are currently experiencing a “respect problem.” Respect seems to have gone the way of the Edsel or the Compaq computer. The lack of respect has gotten so bad that many
Print BlogIn these times of turmoil, politics, and pandemic, we all seek connection. It is ironic that due to quarantines, partial lock-downs, and even the inability to hug family members, our relationships are going through times of challenge unprecedented in our lifetimes. Positive psychology expert
Print BlogThis holiday season, words like discouraged, doubtful, and uncertain have replaced convinced, confident, and faith. Now, more than ever, we need to believe. For many of us, this year has challenged our confidence and left us disoriented and startled. Yet, with the whole world