Monthly Archives: May 2012

What to Do When You Can’t Stop Worrying

Over the years, I have worked with many self-described “worry warts”. As a recovering worrier myself, I can relate to the tremendous mental and physical exhaustion that comes with worrying most of the time. Many worriers say they cannot manage their distressing thoughts, but, fortunately, there are several effective ways to handle this “what […]

Feeling Depressed? Two Key Ways to Improve Your Mood

When people feel depressed, typically simple activities like getting out of bed in the morning can be challenging. Low energy is a common symptom of depression and can lead to avoiding everyday activities because they feel too daunting. Unfortunately, avoiding daily tasks often leads to feeling overwhelmed and guilty, both of which fuel depression.

It […]