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Are you “Alonely”? How it differs from being lonely

Are you “alonely”? Or like me, is this a new term for you as well? Well according to Robert Carlton, a psychologist that studies loneliness and social isolation, alonely is when there is a need to spend time by...read more


Stress

Stress, anxiety, or feeling down? What is this telling me?

Sleep that is not restorative, headaches, irritability, a general sluggish feeling, or even nausea. I imagine these are all feelings that most people find unpleasant. Some might even immediately label them as signs of stress, anxiety, or feeling blue....read more


Stress

Let’s talk about “Time Management”

One of the underappreciated aspects of pre-pandemic work was how it structured our days. Some ways required conscious effort, such as waking up on time to arrive at work on time. Other ways offered less conscious structure, a co-worker...read more


Morning and Loss

Coping strategies for missing people or feeling lonely

Unfortunately, COVID metrics continue to get worse making it all the more important to continue to practice safety and mitigation efforts. Although vaccines have begun to roll out and enter the population we are not out of the woods...read more


Stress

Zoom fatigue? What it is and how to beat it.

COVID, unfortunately, is still a thing. Trying to meet and maintain our social needs while simultaneously following CDC guidance for mitigation can feel like a losing battle. There has been a dramatic rise in the utilization of Zoom, Skype,...read more


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Yes, active listening is definitely more difficult right now!

In non-pandemic times we have an endless amount of stimulus jockeying for position to capture our attention, so imagine the added stress our attention faces with all the uncertainty of the pandemic. We are all familiar with the phone...read more