The Happiness Factor: Cultivate a Positive Outlook

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryHappiness and health go hand in hand.

Five Ways to Build Relationships at Work

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryWhile relationships can sometimes seem like a source of conflict ("Mom, I can't call you every day!"),

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Give the Gift of Compassion to Yourself and Others

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library Are you your own worst critic? Holding onto resentment and bitterness can wreak havoc on our emotional and physical well-being. Do you beat yourself up over perceived flaws, setbacks, and inadequacies? Harsh self-criticism can sabotage us, making us feel isolated, unhappy, and even more stressed.

Cope with Stress & Become More Resilient

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryDespite what your social media feeds might show, life has its challenges. Having friends can help you stay healthier and happier throughout life, and cope well with stress.

Give the Gift of Compassion to Yourself and Others

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library Are you your own worst critic? Holding onto resentment and bitterness can wreak havoc on our emotional and physical well-being. Do you beat yourself up over perceived flaws, setbacks, and inadequacies?

Cope with Stress & Become More Resilient

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryDespite what your social media feeds might show, life has its challenges. Having friends can help you stay healthier and happier throughout life, and cope well with stress. Endorphins can lighten your mood, and just spending 20 minutes a day doing something besides checking your phone can increase your overall health and sense of well-being.

Setbacks Are a Big Part of Success

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryDid you know that accomplishing new things and failing at them can both contribute to your success? Even the small wins give you confidence and motivation to move forward.The same is true for those efforts that don’t go as well.

The Happiness Factor: Cultivate a Positive Outlook

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryHappiness and health go hand in hand. Research shows a correlation between happiness levels and overall wellness with those who cultivate a more positive outlook enjoying richer and more fulfilling lives.While it’s not realistic to expect every day to be the happiest day of your life, taking simple, thoughtful steps can add up to a greater sense of overall happiness and well-being.

The Happiness Factor: Cultivate a Positive Outlook

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryHappiness and health go hand in hand. Research shows a correlation between happiness levels and overall wellness with those who cultivate a more positive outlook enjoying richer and more fulfilling lives.While it’s not realistic to expect every day to be the happiest day of your life, taking simple, thoughtful steps can add up to a greater sense of overall happiness and well-being.

The Happiness Factor: Cultivate a Positive Outlook

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryHappiness and health go hand in hand. Research shows a correlation between happiness levels and overall wellness with those who cultivate a more positive outlook enjoying richer and more fulfilling lives.While it’s not realistic to expect every day to be the happiest day of your life, taking simple, thoughtful steps can add up to a greater sense of overall happiness and well-being.

Five Ways to Build Relationships at Work

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryWhile relationships can sometimes seem like a source of conflict ("Mom, I can't call you every day!"), Check out these five tips for cultivating stronger workplace relationships to help you stay resilient individually and as a team: Treat people well. "), relationships with family, friends, and colleagues are often our most important resiliency assets.

Five Ways to Build Relationships at Work

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryWhile relationships can sometimes seem like a source of conflict ("Mom, I can't call you every day!"), Check out these five tips for cultivating stronger workplace relationships to help you stay resilient individually and as a team: Treat people well. "), relationships with family, friends, and colleagues are often our most important resiliency assets.

Don’t Forget to Forgive

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On the flip side, letting go of grudges and bitterness has been shown to lead to healthier relationships, greater psychological well-being, less anxiety and stress, lower blood pressure, and higher self-esteem.Forgiveness is the practice of letting go of thoughts of resentment and revenge.

Cope with Stress & Become More Resilient

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryDespite what your social media feeds might show, life has its challenges. Having friends can help you stay healthier and happier throughout life, and cope well with stress. Endorphins can lighten your mood, and just spending 20 minutes a day doing something besides checking your phone can increase your overall health and sense of well-being.

Cope with Stress & Become More Resilient

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryDespite what your social media feeds might show, life has its challenges. Having friends can help you stay healthier and happier throughout life, and cope well with stress. Endorphins can lighten your mood, and just spending 20 minutes a day doing something besides checking your phone can increase your overall health and sense of well-being.

Give the Gift of Compassion to Yourself and Others

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library Are you your own worst critic? Holding onto resentment and bitterness can wreak havoc on our emotional and physical well-being. Do you beat yourself up over perceived flaws, setbacks, and inadequacies? Harsh self-criticism can sabotage us, making us feel isolated, unhappy, and even more stressed.

Setbacks Are a Big Part of Success

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryDid you know that accomplishing new things and failing at them can both contribute to your success? Even the small wins give you confidence and motivation to move forward.The same is true for those efforts that don’t go as well. Every accomplished task is a learning opportunity and something to celebrate. Setbacks give you the opportunity to build resilience and learn new ways to approach a challenge.

Setbacks Are a Big Part of Success

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryDid you know that accomplishing new things and failing at them can both contribute to your success? Even the small wins give you confidence and motivation to move forward.The same is true for those efforts that don’t go as well. Every accomplished task is a learning opportunity and something to celebrate. Setbacks give you the opportunity to build resilience and learn new ways to approach a challenge.

Setbacks Are a Big Part of Success

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryDid you know that accomplishing new things and failing at them can both contribute to your success? Even the small wins give you confidence and motivation to move forward.The same is true for those efforts that don’t go as well. Every accomplished task is a learning opportunity and something to celebrate. Setbacks give you the opportunity to build resilience and learn new ways to approach a challenge.

Mental Wellbeing: It's Good for Your Mind and Body

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library An ancient Latin saying goes, “a healthy mind in a healthy body.” But, if you dig back to the original, it appears that the author was referring more to the way mental and physical wellness are equally important and inextricably connected. Though we’re generally aware how important it is to stay physically fit (eating well, exercising, visiting doctors, etc.),

Mental Wellbeing: It's Good for Your Mind and Body

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library An ancient Latin saying goes, “a healthy mind in a healthy body.” But, if you dig back to the original, it appears that the author was referring more to the way mental and physical wellness are equally important and inextricably connected.

Don’t Forget to Forgive

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library As the old saying goes, forgiveness may be divine, and if recent research is right, it may also be healthy.Recent studies indicate that holding a grudge can trigger a prolonged physical stress response—one that can lead to health complications and inhibit emotional and physical healing.

Don’t Forget to Forgive

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library As the old saying goes, forgiveness may be divine, and if recent research is right, it may also be healthy.Recent studies indicate that holding a grudge can trigger a prolonged physical stress response—one that can lead to health complications and inhibit emotional and physical healing.

Mental Wellbeing: It's Good for Your Mind and Body

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library An ancient Latin saying goes, “a healthy mind in a healthy body.” But, if you dig back to the original, it appears that the author was referring more to the way mental and physical wellness are equally important and inextricably connected. Though we’re generally aware how important it is to stay physically fit (eating well, exercising, visiting doctors, etc.),

Mental Wellbeing: It's Good for Your Mind and Body

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library An ancient Latin saying goes, “a healthy mind in a healthy body.” But, if you dig back to the original, it appears that the author was referring more to the way mental and physical wellness are equally important and inextricably connected. Though we’re generally aware how important it is to stay physically fit (eating well, exercising, visiting doctors, etc.),

Five Ways to Build Relationships at Work

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryWhile relationships can sometimes seem like a source of conflict ("Mom, I can't call you every day!"), Check out these five tips for cultivating stronger workplace relationships to help you stay resilient individually and as a team: Treat people well. "), relationships with family, friends, and colleagues are often our most important resiliency assets.

Deep Leisure Comes with Surprising Performance Benefits

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryCreative Hobbies Can Boost PerformanceEvolving communication and productivity technologies enable us to connect and engage with our work in ways we couldn’t have dreamt of even ten years ago.

Anxiety is natural. It doesn’t have to be second-nature.

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryAnxiety, a form of worry or uneasiness, can be a common reaction to stress.

Don’t Forget to Forgive

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library As the old saying goes, forgiveness may be divine, and if recent research is right, it may also be healthy.Recent studies indicate that holding a grudge can trigger a prolonged physical stress response—one that can lead to health complications and inhibit emotional and physical healing.

Deep Leisure Comes with Surprising Performance Benefits

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryCreative Hobbies Can Boost PerformanceEvolving communication and productivity technologies enable us to connect and engage with our work in ways we couldn’t have dreamt of even ten years ago. Creative pursuits at home can often be for others as well, such as cooking a big holiday meal for family or creating something as a gift.

Deep Leisure Comes with Surprising Performance Benefits

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryCreative Hobbies Can Boost PerformanceEvolving communication and productivity technologies enable us to connect and engage with our work in ways we couldn’t have dreamt of even ten years ago. Creative pursuits at home can often be for others as well, such as cooking a big holiday meal for family or creating something as a gift.

Workplace Muscle: Increase engagement and performance by exercising your strengths

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When asked, per Drucker, people stare blankly or answer with their subject knowledge, rather than their talents and strengths.Our strengths are not only things that we do well, but they also energize us. Maybe that involves a time when a manager or colleague commended you on a job well done. " Instead, go a little deeper, like “I was able to lead my team to complete the project on time and under budget by working with them to overcome concerns and roadblocks.

Anxiety is natural. It doesn’t have to be second-nature.

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryAnxiety, a form of worry or uneasiness, can be a common reaction to stress. Consider incorporating some essential oils or naturally scented candles into a regular breathing meditation practice to increase the effectiveness of both.Sleep – Since getting enough Zzzs helps both refresh your mental processes and boost mood and focus, you’re less likely to be anxious if you’re well rested.

Anxiety is natural. It doesn’t have to be second-nature.

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryAnxiety, a form of worry or uneasiness, can be a common reaction to stress. Consider incorporating some essential oils or naturally scented candles into a regular breathing meditation practice to increase the effectiveness of both.Sleep – Since getting enough Zzzs helps both refresh your mental processes and boost mood and focus, you’re less likely to be anxious if you’re well rested.

Deep Leisure Comes with Surprising Performance Benefits

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryCreative Hobbies Can Boost PerformanceEvolving communication and productivity technologies enable us to connect and engage with our work in ways we couldn’t have dreamt of even ten years ago. Creative pursuits at home can often be for others as well, such as cooking a big holiday meal for family or creating something as a gift.