In a bad mood? I am, too. What to do?
Are you wondering how you can best support your student (and what they could try to help take care of themselves), particularly if they (or you) are feeling overwhelm lapping at the edges and may not be sure where to start?
Trying to do it all? Getting burned out on learning isn’t a great place to be. Some thoughts to consider.
I challenged students in my Thrive program to write posts on their choice of topics. Procrastination and stress were two topics that showed up.
What is a great opportunity to make lots of money worth to you? Does it take precedence over your well being?
Sometimes the most useful thing to do is nothing at all.
Stress — it’s not really our friend. One teen learns to say no.
Life is messy, and healing is always within reach.
It’s a new year. Got a list of resolutions? Take a read to help set yourself up so you can actually follow through and make a change.
A while back, I wrote a letter to my teen about beating burnout and becoming more productive. Where the message was driven home for her? Her college’s fraternity rush and hazing. (Yes, you read that correctly.) Reminder to my adult…