As this is the “official” month of love, we decided to kick off a series about how to improve relationships—with friends, colleagues at work, your family or spouse. In this post, we’re focusing on how to improve your relationship with friends.
Let’s talk about stress. It’s pervasive today. Unless you live under a rock, there is virtually no way to escape it. But what effect does it have on you, your body and your well-being? Let’s break it down.
There is no question that living with chronic pain is difficult. Pain from a sudden injury is also tough to deal with, even short term. And while opioids do serve a purpose, they also carry some very serious risks, including death from an unintentional overdose.
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), only 17 percent of adults in the U.S. are in “optimal mental health.” In fact, it is estimated that one in five people deal with some kind of mental health issue—anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc—that impacts our daily life.
No one can argue that social media—Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc—has changed the way we interact. And now enter the iGen (short for iGeneration), the post-millennials who will be born never knowing a world without an iPhone or Facebook.
If you’re a fan of Seinfeld, then you, like I, have probably fantasized about holding your own Festivus Airing Of Grievances. But that activity is better left to a sitcom.