Fighting Burnout and Finding Ikigai

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Fighting Burnout and Finding Ikigai
In the years since the COVID-19 pandemic, survey after survey has identified sky-high rates of burnout among American workers. A 2022 survey conducted by the American Psychological Association found 3 in 5 respondents identified feelings of burnout, including…
“Is depression funny?”
https://vimeo.com/906515420?share=copy So starts every episode of the now (sadly) discontinued podcast The Hilarious World of Depression. During each episode, host and self-identified depressive John Moe would interview a comedian about his or her life, career, and history of mental illness. All the while, Moe…
Can You Choose Your Feelings?
When working with couples in counseling, David Pearl’s focus is to help his clients interact with each other intentionally instead of reactively.  An example of a reactive response is when anger gets triggered. Anger is a secondary emotion which shields…