A Weekly Column on Being Human by Wellness Specialist Elizabeth Clayton
Oh numbers, you are so funny. And all powerful. Just look at the way you've managed to get a SECOND Wellness Wednesday Ode out of me...
Judging from how many articles there are out there with headlines like, “The 8 Top Anti-Inflammatory Foods for Anxiety” and, “The Only 5 Things You Need to Live a Good Life,”
I went to work on Monday, March 16th. About 2 o’clock that afternoon my manager called to say it’s happening; pack up your laptop and go home.
With our current unstable environment, identity thievery is breaking out all over, including right here in Maine.
The ideal way to lose something is by choice -- and if it's by choice, then losing it is probably a very joyous thing, as in the case of holiday pounds or bad habits.
This week’s Wellness Wednesday is a special, longer edition so that I can add my voice to Acadia Hospital’ and The Yellow Tulip Project’s mission to “smash the mental health stigma.”
Whether you have a special connection with elephants or not, I can almost guarantee that however you feel right now, after two minutes with these elephants, you're going to feel even better.
As my sister says, “You go to therapy so I don’t have to.”
As I always say, “Jokes on you because therapy rules!”
After listening to me spin out long enough, Kate, my therapist, said, “There’s a difference between problem solving and worrying.
A stressful event feels like it's 100% responsible for the stress we feel. However, research suggests the event itself is responsible for about 20% of the stress we feel.
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