Researchers have identified the 7 main characteristics of resilient people, and new research suggests that “many of these skills can be developed and strengthened, which can improve your ability to deal with life's setbacks.” Read on to learn more about the benefits of building resilience.
“Creating change in the area of busyness can offer us improved physical health, greater peace and joy, and better, more connected, relationships. Having time for others and ourselves can offer us that sense of safety, value, and connection we were once looking for by being so busy.” Learn more about How the Glorification of Busyness Impacts Our Well-Being here.
Feeling overwhelmed? Consider finding relief by letting go of the things in your life that are weighing you down.
It’s no secret that the spaces we live in--our homes, offices and vehicles--need regular maintenance and attention. It should come as no surprise, then, that the non-physical spaces we occupy--our minds, our obligations, our relationships--also need tending to. Learn more about the benefits of lightening up by reading on: Lighten Your Load
Want to feel calmer, less impulsive and more connected? The answer may be as simple as a good night’s sleep.
All of us are familiar with the ways that a lack of good, restful sleep can negatively impact our waking hours. But the effects of sleep deprivation reach beyond the individual. In addition to diminished mental function and increased emotional reactivity, sleep deprivation can also take a toll on our relationships with others.
Learn more about sleep’s relationship to our emotional health by clicking here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/sleep-newzzz/201811/4-ways-sleep-deprivation-can-harm-your-emotional-health