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Understanding Emotions and the Anger Funnel

by Private: Stephen Douglas

Everyone experiences anger from time to time. It is always ‘okay’ to feel anger (or any emotion, for that matter). Emotions are signals from the body. What we need to consider is what we do with that emotion. In this short article, we will discuss why we have emotions, what role each emotion serves, and why sometimes anger can become ‘stuck’ beyond its purpose and cause us difficulty.

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Returning to in-person work? 5 ways to manage re-entry anxiety

Sweat pants (or maybe no pants), grubby t-shirts, no make-up, and time to do a workout and the laundry during the day instead of battle traffic: for many, these were just some of the perks of working from home. Of course, there were some serious downsides as well, like isolation, fractured team work, struggles with motivation and lack of social connection, which even introverts likely miss.

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Flexibility is key when promoting fitness for mental health

No one need defend their interest in fitness. Its benefits for longevity and mental and physical health are irrefutable. Fitness has been shown to reduce anxiety and depression, help people manage their stress, sleep better, and cope with the effects of trauma and other difficult experiences.

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