#WorkThroughIt: Don’t Suffer in Silence

We continue our new blog and social media series, Work Through It Wednesday. These short, one-minute or so motivations feature a quote, a little insight, and three brief strategies to engage to help you work through the challenge and emerge victoriously. Today’s feature: Don’t Suffer in Silence (tribute to Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain) Read on, or listen to the expanded descriptions of the three … Continue reading #WorkThroughIt: Don’t Suffer in Silence

PATRIOTlink® connects Veterans to free local services and resources

  The military community, veterans’ advocacy groups and corporations gathered at the National Press Club in Washington, DC last Thursday for the launch of PATRIOTlink®, the nation’s first cloud-based service referral for veterans, service members, and their families. Initially a pilot project by the Code of Support Foundation, the launch signaled the completion of two years of research, technology innovation, and input from collaborators to … Continue reading PATRIOTlink® connects Veterans to free local services and resources

The Power of No

Last week, Dr. Oz had a physician, Dr. Sue Varma, on his show who detailed the health challenges that befall certain personality types (What does your personality reveal about your health?). For example, Type C folks often bottle up their feelings, and potentially shave years off their lives because they refuse to say no to others because they want to please them. Saying yes to … Continue reading The Power of No

Stress got you down? Harvard panel says you’re not alone

Seinfeld fans may recall George Costanza’s stress reduction mantra Serenity, now! This outburst momentarily relieved him of stress caused by his interfering and embarrassing parents. While we can laugh at the hijinks that cause frustration for the popular sitcom’s character, stress isn’t much fun in real life.     Apparently, speakers during Wednesday’s Harvard School of Public Health forum, The Health Burden of Stress: What … Continue reading Stress got you down? Harvard panel says you’re not alone