Category: Blog

This category is a listing of all blog posts.

Sep 16 2012

10 Signs of workplace harassment and the 8 things you can do about it.

Workplace harassment

Vol. 166, Sept. 16, 2012 The numbers of people being targeted by workplace bullying are exploding according to the Workplace Bullying Institute’s report “Effectiveness of Bullied Target Resolution Strategies, April, 2012”. According to their research 58% of the 1,604 employees surveyed say they are being bullied currently and 39% said they have been bullied. Of …

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Sep 08 2012

Wake Up Doc! You May Be Killing your Patients By Not Hearing them! – Vol. 165, Sept. 8, 2012

I wonder how many of you who have a mental health history needing health care for a physiological problem have been treated like a child. That mental health diagnosis getting in the way of the treatment you may need because the doctor sitting in front of you can’t see your “whole self” – all that …

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Sep 04 2012

Who Do You Go To, To Get Your Problem Resolved? – Vol. 142, March 15, 2012

These days there are many titles that helping professionals have: therapist and hypnotist and NLP practitioners, coaches, trainers, teachers and mentors, job coaches and business coaches and life coaches. How do you know who to go to to get you issue resolved? Well, I have to tell you that if I weren’t in the business …

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Sep 04 2012

Your Boss Stressing You Out: The Cost To You Can Be Much Larger Than You Realize – Vol. 164, September 1, 2012

It isn’t in your head if you feel as if you are feeling unhappy and stressed out by your immediate boss. USA Today reported that 75% of working adults say that their immediate boss is the most stressful aspect of their job. Part of the problem is the type of personality it takes for a …

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Aug 29 2012

The One Action you Must Do Now to avoid Psychosomatic Illness

A Doctor treating psychosomatic illness

What creates true health and wellbeing? Is it seeing your doctor every year? Eating healthy food? Exercising every day? Yes, taking these things into consideration is very important. There is something that is more important than all of these according to the research that Brene Brown Ph.D. and Lissa Rankin, M.D. have done on this …

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Aug 21 2012

Diane Keaton Battled Bulimia for Five Years – Vol. 130, Dec. 15, 2011

The 1977 film Annie Hall introduced me to the actress Diane Keaton. In her new biography Then Again Keaton tells the story of the start of her bulimic behavior, though she didn’t think of it in that way back then. It was 1968, she was 22 years old, a struggling actress just cast in the …

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Aug 10 2012

Are Chemicals Taking Our Capacity to be Compassionate Away? – Volume 112, August 4, 2011

by Donna N. With all the killings and deaths in the news lately I find myself wondering why it is that we human beings have such little to no regard for human life, or any type of life. One case comes to mind that resulted in my wanting to write this newsletter and thereby ask this …

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