It’s flu season and this year is even worse than ever! So it’s important to do whatever you can to stay healthy and stop the spread of the virus, like staying at home if you’re infected. Going into work sick with the flu not only spreads the virus but makes you more prone to illness in the future. The best advice we can give you is to stay home and take care of yourself.
“Everyone feels guilty sometimes about taking a sick day, especially at busy times of the year. But ignoring flu symptoms and spreading the flu to
Separation or divorce is one of the most difficult decisions you may ever have to face. You might reach a decision gradually, over time or perhaps it comes about quite quickly and unexpectedly. You could be considering separation or divorce while in the midst of repairing any discord in your marriage, or you could one day firmly reach a conclusion that your marriage is over.
Often your decision will come about when the pain of staying in the same unhappy relationship outweighs the fear and anxiety of entering unchartered territory.
Even at the best of times, parenting has its challenges. While technological advances are increasing rapidly and what is considered acceptable is constantly redefined, it could be that as parents you have trouble finding resources to meet your needs.
Look no further! We offer parents resource kits on health and wellness on all aspects of parenting. Each of these kits contains a series of articles, fact sheets and reference materials to help you:
With the New Year upon us, many of us will participate in that grand tradition of making New Year’s Resolutions, spurred on by hope and commitment, only to give up days later – there’s always next year!
Why are New Year’s Resolutions so short-lived and how can we help you to make yours a success story?
In a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45% of the subjects confirmed that they regularly make resolutions for change, but only 8% report reaching their goals.
Most of us fail in our resolutions because we make them in a rather spontaneous, emotional moment. We state …
In a perfect world, everyone would maintain their fitness routines year in and year out. But the reality is that life gets busy, responsibilities weigh you down or your exercise regime gets stale. Before you know it, you’re making monthly donations to the gym or have dust gathering around your walking shoes.
If this sounds familiar, don’t despair! Everyone has ebbs and flows in their level of motivation and getting back doesn’t have to be as daunting as it first may seem. The first and most crucial step is finding your compassion. Whether it’s been two weeks or two …