Beyond “I Know Everything”: How Staying Teachable Can Keep You Ahead

We’ve all met that person. The one who scoffs at new ideas, dismisses alternative perspectives, and confidently declares, “I already know everything about that.” While it might feel secure to cling to what we know, in reality, this attitude is a recipe for stagnation. The world is constantly evolving, and the key to staying ahead[…]

From Trauma to Triumph: Understanding the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Experiences

Childhood is a time of innocence, exploration, and the building blocks for our future selves. But for many, this period is marred by adverse experiences that can leave lasting scars. This blog post delves into the science behind how childhood trauma can impact us as adults, but also explores the path to healing and triumph.[…]

Beyond Stigma: How Openness About Mental Health is Changing the Game

For far too long, mental health struggles have been shrouded in secrecy and shame. The fear of judgment and a lack of understanding created a culture of silence, preventing individuals from seeking help and hindering progress in mental health care. But the tide is turning. A wave of openness about mental health is changing the[…]

February is American Heart Month

You have the power to take action to protect yourself against heart disease. Small heart-healthy actions like adding more movement to our day or choosing healthy foods, can have a big impact on protecting   #OurHearts.   Source: https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/education/american-heart-month      Here for you as life happens …   To access your AWP EAP services, call[…]

5 Ways to Spring Clean Your Brain

Spring always feels like such a time of renewal and awakening. People often use it as a reason to “spring clean” their homes—to tidy up and make things feel fresh and new. Reorganizing all your closets, cupboards, and drawers can help you feel re-energized, but doing a cleanup of your mind and brain can really help you feel[…]

What Is Emotional Abuse?

Signs and Red Flags of Emotional Abuse   Emotional abuse involves controlling another person by using emotions to criticize, embarrass, shame, blame, or otherwise manipulate them. While most common in dating and married relationships, mental or emotional abuse can occur in any relationship—including among friends, family members, and co-workers.   Emotional abuse In general, a relationship is[…]