Category: Work/Life

The final post

After six years and publishing more than 300 posts from a variety of psychologists, we’re winding down this blog and will no longer publish new posts. Thank you to everyone who has read, commented, shared and contributed to our events, such as the annual Mental Health Blog Month Blog Day.
If you’re looking for tips on …[Read More]

3 reasons you’ll benefit from family vacations

Most of us can conjure up some images of family vacations gone awry, but we can also look back at family vacations with great fondness and warmth because of shared moments with loved ones. I am not insinuating that family vacations are all fun and no stress–vacations can be quite stressful if you do not …[Read More]

Holiday Parties Need Not Be Stressful

Holiday parties are a mixed bag. On the one hand, there’s usually lots of good food and drinks. On the other hand there’s the chit-chat, which can be uncomfortable, especially if you’re not used to talking with people you don’t know very well.
It’s not that you lack conversational skills. After all, you can probably talk …[Read More]

Making career fairs work for you

It is hard to believe that it is the fall, that time of the year when classes resume and college seniors start to prepare toenter the job market. College career fairs are held every semester and offer students a chance to secure a job before graduation. If you are a current college student, you have probably been …[Read More]