We've all fallen prey to shame spirals and rumination. In his new book, Elisha Goldstein, PhD, helps you identify and escape those bad-mood traps.
Are you a sleep worker? No, not a sleepwalker, but a person who goes to work and attempts to function on too little sleep? It turns out, one-third of American workers are sleep working -- not getting enough sleep to function at peak levels, according to researchers at Harvard Medical School.
Spend time with people you care about. Camaraderie and emotional support from loved ones help us regain our equilibrium and
Like the monsters who lived under many of our beds when we were kids (mine was an alligator!), when we turn on the light, the monster magically disappears. I know this, but gosh! It's hard to do when you're scared. To "turn on the light" on a ferocious, scary problem, there are five steps brave grown-ups can take.
Breaking down the key differences between winter blues and seasonal affective disorder.
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So you're cranky. You don't know why exactly, but you're running on a short fuse. We all have those days -- days when we're worried, stressed out or angry. I definitely know those days! The below five steps are methods I've used get out of a funk, and they may help you as well.
2. You still haven't seen any sunlight today. Trapped inside all day? That could be contributing to the grumps. In a small