The subject of politics is a significant source of stress for Americans. More than half of adults feel that elections are “somewhat” or “very significant” sources of stress. Stress is not always problematic, but when the period of stress becomes
Dr. Tahseen – Research Manager with The FYI talks about the importance of centering mental health especially during times of high stress. Check out her story at this link (~3mins) and learn more about what you can do to strengthen
Look at the infographic from waynesd.org giving 5 tips to keep calm and manage stress as you parent through Covid-19 here.
Research shows that supportive relationships are good for our mental and physical health.1 However, dealing with chronically “difficult” people and maintaining ongoing negative relationships can actually be detrimental to our health. The toll of the stress can affect us emotionally and physically.
Racial Media Violence is Stressful This month Black America awoke to news of two troubling killings of Black males by-way of police encounters. For most people of color, it becomes increasingly impossible to escape the barrage of news coverage broadcasting
No doubt, a successful marriage requires a lot of hard work at times. While getting married may seem simple, staying married can often be a challenge. If you and your spouse want to spend the rest of your lives together, there are
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Want to know the secret of staying stress free in the workplace? Syntax IT Support London offers a simple and useful guide to preventing stress at work in the following infographic. Click here to view the infographic at infographicjournal.com
Dear Sisters and Brothers: This Tool Kit is for us—developed by and for people of African ancestry to comfort and inspire us in these difficult times. It provides resources to help us take care of ourselves and each other, and
9 tips for coping with a noisy holiday Americans celebrate our country’s birthday with parades, picnics and cookouts. For many, the fireworks are the “icing” on the cake of the 4th of July. But for individuals with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), explosions