Are you an introvert? I have a recently been following the tweets and posts of Susan Cain and I looked forward to the release of her book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking before the book came out. I have long identified myself as an introvert, save for those few years in late adolescence and early adulthood when I did my best to shed those characteristics. …
Do you meditate? If you don’t practice a formal meditation, do you spend quiet time reflecting? Perhaps you pray or spend time reading inspirational books or you use visualization and positive affirmations? What do you do to prepare for entering that reflective time? How do your clear your mind of life’s chatter or white noise?
This article was written by Kate Anthony in 2001 for and still holds relevance today! The article was published in the Counselling Psychology Journal which is now known as Therapy Today. Anthony, K. (2001). “Online Relationships & CyberInfidelity”. Counselling Psychology Journal, 12 (9) 38-9
This year the IRS expects to receive more than 147 million tax returns. Of those filing returns, at least 75% will receive a refund. They say most refunds take only 21 days. You can track your refund at their website, through a tax prep service, or even on your smartphone with their new app, IRS2Go. A clever soul once said, “People who complain about taxes can be divided into two classes: men and women.”
As an author of a managing fear book, I have been on a few TV and Radio Programs. Being on TV or on radio can be very exciting, however many people get anxious and sometimes fearful in being in the media spot light. Here are some suggestions for those people who get anxious when going on TV or The Radio.
If worrying is so natural and has so many survival advantages (See my article Why Worry?), you may say, why not worry? The short answer is that it is well enough to worry for short periods when the crisis requires it, but it is unhealthy and unproductive to get into the habit of worrying all the time.
One of the questions we are often asked is, "Can arguing be healthy for a marriage?" The simple answer is, "Yes!" When a husband and wife argue, they are engaging in a perfectly normal and expected part of what it means to be married. In fact, disagreement between two people in love is actually healthy for their relationship. The question that couples should be asking is, "How do we argue effectively and fairly?"
Many celebrities can find it difficult to deal with their fans. Here are some suggestions on how celebrities can manage the stresses and anxieties of making your fans happy. The most important thing to do is to know where you stand on a certain issue. Ask yourself if you are willing to do something that your fans want you do. Think about it and determine for yourself where you stand on a certain task or issue. Ask yourself if it is the right thing to do and if it is legal. Determine what you want to do.
There are many people who deal with mental illness in Hollywood. Here is a list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their mental health issues in the entertainment industry 1. Seek help. Take advantage of the help that is available around you. If possible, talk to a professional who can help you manage your depression and anxieties. They will be able to provide you with additional advice and insights on how to deal with your current problem.
Stress and anxiety are very common in today’s entertainment industry. As a result, here is a list of techniques that a person can use to help manage the daily stresses and anxieties of their entertainment industry profession.