Workplace pressure is a reality for most people, even more so since the COVID-19 pandemic. The unfortunate truth is that it is up to each one of us to manage and mitigate the effect of workplace pressure on our health
Sajel Bellon is a professor in human and behavioural sciences, a psychotherapist, and the Founder of Mind Armour™ & SOS Psychotherapy. She is also my professional colleague, and I am so pleased that she is guesting on the blog today
Nomophobia. Ever had that moment when you’ve left the house and are on your way to your destination when you suddenly realize you left your mobile device on the hallway table, or plugged in and charging on the kitchen counter?
I’ve previously blogged about how the situations of adversity can lead to opportunities for growth and development – about how pearls begin life as irritants and frustrations, and about how incredibly high heat can turn a simple clay pot into
“I can’t talk to you for very long, Merge, we’re buried!” said a client when I returned his call earlier this week. “What’s going on?” I asked. He went on to describe the turmoil and chaos in his department at
Our latest online event – Leading Employees Who Are Stretched to the Limit – is coming up quickly. In fact, the early bird deadline to register is almost here – only two more days to take advantage of significant savings