In an effort to advocate for those suffering and struggling with mental illness, we were invited to contribute a mental health column on the website of the First Lady of Guyana, Mrs. Sandra Granger. Visit our column here: http://sandragranger.com/index.php/2015/11/28/why-we-dont-have-to-be-ashamed-to-talk-about-depression/
We are at the end of National Mental Health Month. Let's work together to erase the stigma of seeking help, psychotherapy, therapy, counseling.
A few months ago I was asked to join a discussion about a recent study that suggested that subtle and overt bias place women in leadership positions at higher risk of depression than their male counterparts, here’s my quote in January’s issue of Fast Company magazine “Having a mentor can also prepare women for the [...]
It has been an especially difficult winter for us here in New York but wherever you are like most of us you are probably struggling to maintain that New Year’s resolution or like some you have stopped altogether. Here are 4 ways to fire up your motivation 1. Start and Start Again Research has consistently [...]
Did you know that only 8% of people achieve their new year’s resolutions and that most people give up as early as one month after they have set them? Let’s work to change that. As we get another fresh start with the New Year we can set or renew resolutions that we know can work. [...]
“Success” is a word that is frequently mentioned when people try to define the American dream. But defining success is itself a difficult and illusory thing to do. The truth is success is extremely subjective, and defining success in your life is a very personal experience. How do you succeed? By finding the motivation to [...]
Think you can walk for 15 minutes? Then you can walk a mile, because it takes about that long to stroll that distance. Which means in an hour of walking you could probably cover at least four to five miles? So if you didn’t think you could walk five miles, think again. Think also about [...]