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The Interpersonal Wellness System Framework for Health Relationships at Work. Imagine being in a relationship in which you feel fulfilled, happy, valued, and contented. Imagine that this relationship contributes to your emotional, mental, and spiritual wellness, and overall well-being. As humans, we are relational beings. We thrive...

Are Your Employees Feeling the Winter Blues? Winter is here and with it, the winter blues and cabin fever with symptoms that show up as low energy, lack of focus and distractions become more prominent. Many people are affected by Seasonal Affected Disorder (SAD) and don't have...

As part of our integrated wellness process, this month visitors to our website get to find out how well they are doing intellectually. Now this self-rater assessment does not equate to one’s IQ. Though being intellectually well may support your IQ, they are not the same. Intellectual...

Do you have problems in your life?  Are there things that are bothering you and you don’t know what to do about them? Well I have good news, you are faced with an opportunity to be creative and innovative. In this video, I lay out...

[caption id="attachment_10181" align="alignright" width="250"] Sea Walking out of the comfort zone[/caption] Yes, that is yours truly! I stepped out of my comfort zone on my trip to Bali last month. Not being a strong swimmer, just the boat ride to this location was unnerving. My husband and...

Rocky relationships consist of interpersonally unwell dynamics. They are usually combative, disrespectful, degrading, spiteful, harassing, abusive, critical, or insulting. Interactions in these relationships often...

Summer Wellness Tips The summer months are lovely; with lots of social activities that keep us on the go. These social activities all have food to sample as we socialize and reminisce, causing us to eat new and different things. Much of what we consume includes...

Workplace Drama - Part 3 Learning to respond to workplace drama is important in order to prevent and reduce conflicts, as well as to shorten the time span and reduce the workplace distractions. If you are a supervisor or are in a leadership role, your responsibility...

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