“Ugh work is so depressing.” “OMG I’m so burnt out on school.” I’m sure you’ve heard these phrases before. I think most people have used the terms “burnout” and “depression” when they’re describing how tired they are. Since I cringe when diagnoses are used loosely, I want to discuss the difference between the two. We […]
Part 2: Coping Skills For Family Stress & Burnout
This post contains an affiliate link. Last week’s post highlighted 3 coping skills (Taking Care Of Your Body, Setting Boundaries and Getting Organized) that can assist you if you’re struggling with family stress or burnout (or both)! These next 3 coping skills dig a little deeper. Create A Buffer – If you’re feeling burnout from […]
Part 1: Coping Skills For Family Stress & Burnout
Regardless of the source of stress in your life, having strong coping skills are the solution. It’s not just about KNOWING what coping skills are, but actively USING them. Make them as routine as brushing your teeth or charging your phone. In this 2-part series we’ll highlight family stress and burnout and specific examples of […]
My Theory On Procrastinators: Is This You?
Originally posted on September 9, 2015 Just for the record, I don’t consider myself a procrastinator. I’m an over-planner, which is its own beast!! But I have dealt with many clients who beat themselves up for procrastinating. Mind you, we all have procrastinating tendencies but some people take this to an extreme. Who am I […]