By Health Coach Frank Alvarez, Lt. Col. United States Air Force (retired) Our stomach acts like a “second brain.” As a result, the “brain-gut connection” is powerful. Bad food is addictive, just like gambling, drugs, or anything else. Be mindful, … Continue reading
Nearly half of all American workers (49%) report they have been affected by workplace bullying. In 2010, two U.S. surveys conducted by Zogby International for the Workplace Bullying Institute found that 35% of workers have experienced bullying firsthand with an additional 15% witnessing it.
Have a family meeting to talk about how you can deal with stress together. Ask each person to talk about how stress affects your family and offer some ideas for dealing with it. Acknowledge different preferences among family members for healthy ways to reduce stress.