Articles of Interest
Monday
Sep292008

Procrastination: What to do about it

This is the second of a series of two articles that explore the dynamics of procrastination. In my last article, you learned what procrastination is and why people do it. In this one, you will learn how to change your procrastination behaviors and enable yourself to be more productive.  I have

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Monday
Sep222008

Procrastination: Why do we do it?

All of us procrastinate on occasion. For some people, it’s a chronic problem; for others, it’s only a problem in certain life areas. Procrastination is always frustrating because it results in

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Monday
Sep152008

Suicide: What it is and what to do to reduce risk

Over the years, I have worked with many individuals and families dealing with the risk or effects of suicide. I think that this critical issue is one that everyone should be aware of in order to address concerns they have so that they can

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Wednesday
Jul162008

We Are Built to Move... Exercise and Mental Health

Human beings are built to move. Before "modern life" took over, people moved all day, almost every day, performing the hard work of survival like hunting and gathering.  Our bodies and our minds are oriented toward movement and we seem to heal when in motion. Study after study has shown that exercising, even for a brief period of time each day, leads to improvement in cognitive ability...

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Friday
Jul112008

The Support Men Give Each Other

Men have a difficult time connecting with each other. As you know, they (we) are typically isolated from other men as we involve ourselves in our jobs, relationships and families. The activities of these areas of our lives require a lot of energy and take time. We often leave little time to connect with other men. When we connect,

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