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The in-between years: mind the GAP
A fascinating expose of the gap year concept. Do you take time off to ‘find yourself’ or something else entirely?
“I hate my job”: Ten signs to show you are ‘doing time’ at work
Do you hate your job, dream of not having to work or are you counting down the years to retirement? Presented here are the 10 signs that you’re ‘doing time’ at work, and how your road to freedom is an inside job.
Absenteeism, Career, Depression, Mental health, Work life balance, Overwhelm, Burnout
From exhaustion and feeling false to feeling vital and truly looking after myself
Jennifer’s testimonial on how Sacred Esoteric Healing helped transform her life and body.
Work is medicine
We often describe the benefits of work as money, or staff perks, but what if work itself was a beneficial part of our well-being?
Burnout, Career, Empowerment, Health, Medicine, Returning to work
How to survive work and travel?
A practical guide for how self-care can help you deal with the challenges of working away from home – from jet lag and hotel beds to working long hours and business dinners out.
Burnout, Stress, Time management, Work life balance, Body awareness
Post holiday depression – is it real?
Returning to work after a fantastic holiday, are you feeling down and moody and desperately looking for the next one? Aha! You could have post holiday depression, but is there more going on here than meets the eye?
Burnout, Career, Exhaustion, Lifestyle, Work life balance, Work stress, Returning to work
What is psychological well-being?
Tanya Curtis presents information about the importance of looking at our psychological wellbeing and the effects that mental illness is having on today's society.
Depression, Feelings, Human body, Mental health, Teachers, Well-being, Research, Burnout
Therapists can avoid burnout from stress, anxiety and depression if they allow their clients to take responsibility for their own healing.
I’m late, I’m late for a very important date…
The car accident on the way to work, heavy traffic, a flat tyre, the alarm that didn’t go off, the keys that got lost — people have a million excuses for being late. So, the big question is; why are so many people running late and how does this affect us?
Burnout ... is this an epidemic?
This article discusses the epidemic that our mental health system currently faces with stress burnout in our mental health professionals
Hurt, Mental health, Overwhelm, Self-love, Universal Medicine, Burnout
Exhaustion and burnout ... let's take responsibility
Can we really blame work for us feeling exhausted and burnt out? Or is there more to the stresses and challenges of modern day working life that we can actually take responsibility for and not feel so exhausted.
Exhaustion, Work stress, Stress, Sleep, Lifestyle, Vitality, Burnout
Burnout, disillusionment, pneumonia and finding Serge Benhayon
Meeting Serge Benhayon was truly life changing; he is unfaltering in his inspiration ...
Vitality, Work life balance, Universal Medicine, Well-being, Testimonials, Ill health, Sickness, Burnout
Burnout – the new normal?
Burnout is a hot topic, both at the workplace and the dinner table, but are we addressing the issue? Has being exhausted become our ‘new norm’?
Sleep, Gentle breath, Meditation, Exhaustion, Stillness, Vitality, Well-being, Burnout
Stress at work
Stress at work – here we consider: what is stress and is it possible to be stress-free at work? What does self-care at work actually mean? What really constitutes work-life balance?
Why are doctors killing themselves?
Our code of ethics asks us to, “First, do no harm.” So why are doctors killing themselves?
Bullying, Depression, Exhaustion, Fatigue, Health, Medicine, Mental health, Overwhelm, Stress, Well-being, Burnout
Is there such a thing as a job with no stress?
Stress at work has become a normal way of life for almost everyone. In this exposé on work stress we look at why stress is so common at work, and ask is there another way?
Work stress, Work life balance, Time management, Tension, Teamwork, Stress, Shift work, Career, Burnout
Workplace design – well-being at work: people or profit first?
Workplace design and the rise in global absenteeism – are incorporated ‘chill-out zones’ and ‘well-being spaces’ missing the point?
Absenteeism, Productivity, Work stress, Work life balance, Burnout
Developing self-care as part of health and well-being at work
We regularly see in the media, the HR press that well-being at work matters. This article introduces an aspect that is seldom written about in health and well-being at work - self-care at work.
Health, Absenteeism, Career, Well-being, Burnout, Healthy living
How can I care for myself at work?
Work can be very stressful from time to time. If that is the case, how can we care for ourselves at work?
Education is Good: or is it?
Across the world we have determined the saviour of many of our problems to be education. But what if you found out it was making us ill?
I’m a practitioner – am I a fraud if I cry?
This article exposes the way mental health professionals are supposed to be perfect in their role as a therapist, so much so, that there is a belief that if they feel their emotions, cry, have a break down, then they are a fraud.
Suicide in Healthcare – a personal problem or systemic failure?
One look at the suicide statistics for doctors reveals that something is seriously amiss in the state of being of our healthcare providers.
Medicine, Stress, Self-worth, Ill health, Sickness, Exhaustion, Burnout
Bullying and suicide in construction – does building culture need to change?
Building industry culture encourages men to be hard, tough and strong. From the time men enter the industry as an apprentice, they often feel they have no choice but to enjoin this macho culture. Bullying is commonplace. Could this culture be contributing to the unusually high suicide rates in the building industry.
Depression, Burnout, Bullying, Stress, Drugs, Domestic violence, Exhaustion
Turning a blind eye to suicide
Why are the devastating numbers of death by suicide not making front page and news headlines everywhere, every single day? Does it have to be someone we actually love for it to affect and shock us into seeing the reality of how great an issue death by suicide really is?
Parenting and Self-Care – Crashing the ‘Helicopter Parenting’ myth
Falling for the ‘helicopter parenting’ ideal. Have you become a slave to your children?
Parenting, Raising children, Exhaustion, Family, Burnout, Healthy relationships
Suicides, the health profession and dentistry
We look to the health profession and dentists for wellbeing leadership and we get – very high rates of suicide!
Feeling like a fake
Let’s turn imposter syndrome on its head