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Best Practices For Dealing With Stress w/ Ritu Riyat
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Steph Gaudreau This is Episode 283 of the Listen To Your Body podcasts on today’s show. I’m welcoming stress expert Ritu Riyat. And she is sharing with us strategies for decreasing stress for incorporating meditation into your life and so much more. The next evolution of harder to kill radio is here. Welcome to the…

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Living With a Narcissist During Coronavirus
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I am sitting in a quiet apartment all by myself writing and sipping on a blueberry smoothie. I haven’t had any in person interactions in well over two weeks except for a bank teller and the grocery store clerks. While taking my brief walks by the water (because we are not in full lockdown in…

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What Marketers Should Do Now Instead of Sending Coronavirus-Related Emails
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PHOTO: Edwin Hooper Marketing leaders everywhere have spent the last few weeks taking stock of our “new normal” and what this global pandemic means for their brands. As events are canceled, campaigns get postponed, and much of communication goes digital, we are all reevaluating how to best care for customers and maintain our reputations in…

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How Reddit is Supporting its Snoos During COVID-19
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In these uncertain times, online communities are more important than ever — they keep us informed, give us a (much needed) laugh, and foster meaningful connection. To ensure that we’re able to help the 130,000+ communities on Reddit continue to thrive, our employees’ wellbeing is the highest priority we have. “The entire executive team, led…

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Finding The Balance Between Optimism and Realism
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Whatever your mind is set on achieving the next time you race, the approach should be to dream big. Why? Because studies have shown the benefits of optimism for athletes include better performance, healthier lifestyle habits, more wins, and less likely to burn out.  As endurance athlete (and self-proclaimed optimist) Eric Hinman put it: “One…

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8 Ways to Stay Positive During Quarantine
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If baking banana bread and doing yoga are no longer helping, these expert-backed tips might. Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission. DEAR DR. JENN, I generally have a pretty sunny disposition, but after two months…

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Brooke Shields exercise essay
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We may remember her famed sporty poses in the 1980s, but physical fitness has never before sparked joy for Brooke Shields. I have never meditated before in my life. I’m the person who says, “I’m too busy to meditate!” But when the quarantine began, I went through a period of self-indulgence. I would say to…

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Burn Bright not Out: Reflections from Counselors
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Counselors discuss ways to feel fresh and avoid burnout during a pandemic. Posted May 01, 2020 Burn bright not out Source: Un-perfekt/Pixaby In a world that feels out of control, counselors continue to stand strong and carry on. We hear the cries of fear, uncertainty, desperation, and we are here to help brighten the glimmer…

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Ex-Obama Secret Service agent on how to stay mentally tough during trying times
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Evy Poumpouras admits her career path hasn’t exactly been an easy one.As a former NYPD cop turned Secret Service agent protecting then-President and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama, Poumpouras has endured years of intense mental and physical training.”It can be intimidating to someone when they understand they have to be physically fit so they…

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The Power of Forgiveness During Shelter in Place
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With less freedom and more family members at home together during this time due to shelter in place, the circumstances may be creating more tension than meaningful connection. For some, this additional time together may be bringing greater intimacy, care, and empathy, but for others, it may be adding salt to a resentment wound that…

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16 Ways To Help A ‘Bully’ Executive Client Become More Self-Aware
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Bullying in the workplace is a regrettably common phenomenon. In a 2017 national survey, 19% of respondents reported being bullied at work, and another 19% have witnessed it firsthand. While some perpetrators may purposely treat others unkindly, others may not even be aware that their words and actions are being viewed as “bullying.” If an…

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