Studies suggest it depends on who you are. When IMB polled Company Executives, they found 80% or more agreed or strongly agreed that they were being supportive. While many companies have not instituted hazard pay programs (or Superior service pay), others have. And those executives can point to these programs as evidence the company is being supportive. The study found … [Read more...] about Is Your Employer Supporting the Physical and Mental Health of Employees In The Pandemic?
My life has been me and then me as a title. Son, husband, father, writer, manager, greeting card company developer, resume writer, career coach, business owner, fisherman. And this is just the shortlist. After being in the hospital for major depressive disorder, I noticed this idea. It is the idea that I am not good enough just as myself. I am a good manager, father, … [Read more...] about My Remarkable Journey to Just Be Me
We are already 11 days into 2021. And that nagging feeling of possible problems is still trailing behind me like Pig Pen's dust cloud in the Peanuts comic strip. Everywhere I go, I am anxious, and I cannot put my finger on it. Worse, I am lying about it to those that care about me. I AM FINE. Life is good. Things are going well. These are the stock answers I have when … [Read more...] about Over the next year, what 3 improvements would you like to make in your life?
Even those with long-term physical health conditions see the new year as a time to address their physical health and coping statements can help. Physical Health Coping Statements VS. Defensive Negative Self Talk (Negative Self Talk) I don’t feel like going for a walk –(Positive Coping Statement) “I always feel better after I get moving.”(Negative Self Talk) The gym is … [Read more...] about Now You Too Can Use Coping Statements to Minimize Mental Health Conditions
There are only 16 more shopping days until Christmas. Hanukah is right around the corner, Kwanza is rapidly approaching. Yet Covid-19 marches on and wave two is sweeping across the country. As a group, we did not do so well with the staying at home for Thanksgiving idea. And the spike in new cases is bearing that out. Unless you don't believe in coronavirus, in which case … [Read more...] about No-nonsense Holiday Mental Health Awareness Tips to Overcome Triggers