Stress Management: America’s #1 Health Problem

Stress is a difficult health issue to handle because it stems primarily from psychological as opposed to physical threats. Managing stress can be extremely complicated and frustrating. We can feel…

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Helping yourself after the trauma of a natural disaster

Most of us like to be in control of our lives. We all make plans. We generally feel prepared for the future and are relatively secure in the present. When…

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Are you struggling with suicide?

What is Suicide? We used to think of suicide as the result of depression. Or maybe due to a bad life event. While it can be, medical professionals now look at…

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Houston’s innate capacity for resilience

With great sympathy and respect for our loss of life, property, and ongoing trauma, Houston is a faith-based community, with an innate capacity for resilience…

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Forget your New Year’s Resolutions…Here’s to your mental health and best life!

Bad news first: Most sources estimate that approximately 90% of us will not follow through with our resolutions this year. Despite our best intentions, experts know that individual mental health, family…

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What is Emotional Intelligence (EQ)?

For most people, emotional intelligence (EQ) is more important than one’s intelligence (IQ) in attaining success in their lives and careers. As individuals our success and the success of the…

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9 Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get Things Done

by Denis Waitley Great information on how to stop procrastinating and get things done without feeling overwhelmed. Perfectionists are great procrastinators. Stalling until the last minute, they tear into a project with…

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When is a best time to go for a Mental Health Checkup?

By Michael Hack of Corporate & Family Counseling (CFC) When is a best time to go for a Mental Health Checkup? This is far from a bait & click question. Chances are, if…

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