Tagged as Emotional intelligence

How Parents Can Stay Connected as a Couple During COVID-19

By Registered Psychotherapist and Relationship Expert, Allison Villa With kids being home from school during the coronavirus pandemic, you - as parents - may be noticing a change in your relationship with your spouse. Between...

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Choosing Happiness

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, today's date (March 20, the International Day of Happiness) feels particularly important. This article will help you find positivity during these trying times, especially if you've been feeling...

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Ask the Expert: Creating harmonious couples relationships with Dr. Joshua Coleman

Whether you're freshly dating, newlywed, or celebrating your 50th anniversary, you've probably found yourself at odds with your significant other at some point. Disagreements are inevitable, but they don't need to end in disaster. We...

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Ask the Expert: Getting along over the holidays with Jennifer Kolari

The holidays are meant to be a time of love and relaxation, but sometimes all it takes is one off-hand remark to ruin everything. Many of our users had questions about how to keep the...

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Ask the Expert: Managing difficult emotions with self-compassion, with Dr. Susan Orsillo

Anger. Frustration. Grief. Guilt. Complex emotions like these can be hard to understand, and even harder to control. Fortunately, we can mitigate their effects by practicing self-compassion, as LifeSpeak expert Dr. Susan Orsillo explained during...

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Ask the Expert: Dr. Joshua Coleman on relationships

Is the "honeymoon phase" a real thing? How can we mend strained relationships? Why do siblings fight? The questions are endless when it comes to friendships, love, and family. That's why we were grateful to...

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Be aware: bigotry in the workplace can have long term effects on employee mental health.

At this point, everybody knows prioritizing inclusion is a worthwhile endeavor for any organization. Diversity initiatives are becoming indispensable across the board, from Fortune 500 companies to startups. And it’s not just HR managers who...

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Ask the Expert: Lysa Toye on understanding grief

Grief is one of the most complex human experiences. How we grieve, when we grieve, and how long the process takes can vary significantly from person to person. Therapist and social worker, Lysa Toye, joined...

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Medical leave: How employers can be more supportive of their staff, especially after the holidays

Having to take time off work to address a health concern can be difficult, if not devastating, for an employee. With the anxiety, poor eating habits, and increased likelihood of injury (slipping on ice, etc)...

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Ask the Expert: Russell Kolts on self-compassion, mindfulness, and managing difficult emotions

It's completely normal to feel heightened emotions like anger or anxiety when we're frustrated or nervous. Rather than letting those feelings take over, there are a few simple coping methods we can all use to...

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Should you encourage your employees to meditate?

Three out of every four Americans find work stressful. That means 75% of the population is spending the majority of their day in an unhealthy and harmful environment. Sure, a certain amount of stress can...

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Ask the Expert: Catherine Mattice on dealing with difficult relatives over the holidays

For many of us, the holidays are a wonderful chance to catch up with friends and family. However, these feelings of warmth and celebration can turn sour when we're forced to spend time with bothersome...

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