The mind at work; explore the ins and outs of mental health in the workplace and how to optimize employee psyche and, by extension, your organization's bottom line.
As someone who deals in a creative space centered on openness, you'd think I’d be less hesitant to share the many experiences of white privilege and racism that I've encountered in my life. You'd be wrong, though.
Medical Procedures Reveal Groundbreaking Evidence of Alzheimer's Transmission Among Humans
Researchers at University College London have presented compelling evidence of the transmission of Alzheimer's disease from one individual to another. In a handful of extremely rare instances, scientists have demonstrated how a treatment involving human growth hormone can inadvertently transfer harmful proteins to children, resulting in the early onset of Alzheimer's. During the late 1950s and for approximately twenty-five years thereafter, doctors occasionally administered cadaver-derived human growth hormone (c-hGH) to children with specific growth concerns. This hormone, extracted from the pituitary glands of deceased individuals, was administered to children who fell below the average height range, as reported by New Atlas.
The Mind and the Universal Laws
Introduction It was during my darkest times that I found the light. I had been seeking answers externally, yet the source of light I needed resided within. Just as with me, your radiance shines brightly too. This light holds a universal essence, and the Universal Laws serve to illuminate and empower us throughout this journey we call life.
The Impact of Social Media on Mental Health
Social media has become an integral part of our everyday lives in the fast evolving world of technology. Inspiring new relationships and worrisome consequences for people's mental health have emerged from the ubiquitous nature of these platforms. This in-depth investigation seeks to unravel the complex web of connections between social media and psychological health by illuminating the various ways in which these online communities impact our mental states.
Testosterone’s Impact on Mood and Mental Health
The article explores the impact of testosterone on mood and mental health, discussing its role in regulating emotions, its effects on mental disorders, and considerations for testosterone replacement therapy.
Escaping the Reactive Mind. How to Respond, Not React, Under Stress
You’re in a tense meeting when a colleague makes a curt comment that feels like a personal attack. Instead of responding thoughtfully, you lash out in anger. Or you’re anxiously preparing for a big presentation when a family matter distracts you, panic rising as your mind goes blank.
A bad system will beat a good person every time. — W. Edwards Deming Understanding the psychological impacts of a toxic workplace is essential in today’s fast-paced and increasingly interconnected world. The term “toxic workplace” refers to any work environment that negatively affects the mental, emotional, and physical health of the employees (Griffin, Colella & Goparaju, 2000).
10 best tips for Yoga routines
For the finest start to your yoga practice, read our list of the top 10 advice for newcomers. At the point when you're simply beginning yoga, the possibility of getting into a headstand or crow posture can appear to be threatening. In any case, you truly don't need to stress over nailing progressed level situations to receive the rewards on the grounds that the quintessence of the exercise is tied in with going at your own speed and embracing the psyche body association.
Drawbacks of Punishment
Scenario: A school is dealing with a persistent problem of students vandalizing the restrooms. The administration has tried various approaches to address this issue, including education on the importance of respecting school property and increased supervision in the restrooms. This will show how despite the administration tied to supervise, however, vandalism still happened. The administration tried hard to keep school property from getting damaged despite these efforts, the vandalism continues.
Assertiveness Unleashed: Brewing Confidence in life and Navigating Workplace Dynamics
Assertiveness in life is like good coffee on a Monday morning. It wakes you up, keeps you alert, but too much can be detrimental. Being assertive is about expressing your opinions, needs, and boundaries with respect. It's about stopping yourself from "swallowing" your discomforts and being able to externalize them without attacking others.
The Art Of Saying 'NO': Breaking The 'Can-Do' Curse
On Christmas Day, or whenever more people than usual get together, it can be stressful for the hosts with all the demands that are likely to be placed upon them. Thy want everything o be right, and everyone to be happy, and my guess is that some people would be saying 'YES' to certain requests they believe are unreasonable, yet feeling impotent to do anything about it because of the desire to appear caring and empathetic. Yet, that does not help them to be authentic and sincere.
Narcissism And Personality Disorders
Are all personality disorders the outcomes of frustrated narcissism? During our formative years (6 months to 6 years old), we are all “narcissists”. Primary Narcissism is a useful and critically important defense mechanism. As the infant separates from his mother and becomes an individual, it is likely to experience great apprehension, fear, and pain. Narcissism shields the child from these negative emotions. By pretending to be omnipotent, the toddler fends off the profound feelings of isolation, unease, pending doom, and helplessness that are attendant on the individuation-separation phase of personal development.