3 Focused Steps to Find Emotional Calm during a Storm of Emotions
R.E.A.L. Social Workers
by Marcyline
1M ago
INTRO Do you sometimes feel as if you are being carried away by waves of emotions? What does that look like exactly? When cruise ships encounter active waves and choppy waters, the captain may caution the passengers to be careful while navigating the ship. If you have ever been on a cruise when the ship navigated into rough waters, you probably had to hold on to steady yourself as you walked. The ship probably rocked side to side or left to right. Your stomach may have turned upside down. You settled yourself by sitting or holding on. What do you do when emotions crash? In this blog post ..read more
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Unlock Peace and Calm Manage Overwhelming Stress with 5 Mind-Body Actions
R.E.A.L. Social Workers
by HappyHalfHour
1M ago
Introduction: How quickly do you recover when a car cuts you off while driving? How long does it take you to let go of the feelings you have after a contentious encounter? When was the last time you really let go and let God? Each time we are faced with a situation that is uncomfortable, frightening, or difficult, we go into fight or flight mode. The stress response, as it is called, starts no matter how small or large the incident. As a result, a surge of adrenaline, cortisol, and other stress hormones are released into the bloodstream. Over time, repeated, long-term exposure to these hormon ..read more
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Unlock Peace and Calm Manage Overwhelming Stress with 5 Mind-Body Actions
R.E.A.L. Social Workers
by Marcyline
1M ago
Introduction: How quickly do you recover when a car cuts you off while driving? How long does it take you to let go of the feelings you have after a contentious encounter? When was the last time you really let go and let God? Each time we are faced with a situation that is uncomfortable, frightening, or difficult, we go into fight or flight mode. The stress response, as it is called, starts no matter how small or large the incident. As a result, a surge of adrenaline, cortisol, and other stress hormones are released into the bloodstream. Over time, repeated, long-term exposure to these hormon ..read more
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Want to Reduce Stress? Try This Surprising Technique Using Your 5 Senses
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by HappyHalfHour
1M ago
Intro Are you a mother who barely gets to sit down to eat your meal before it gets cold? Are you jumping up to attend to the needs of your spouse or children? Do you eat lunch at your desk? Are you gulping down your food so that you have time to use the restroom before your 30-minute lunch break is over? Do you have indigestion or stomach cramps after eating? Can you remember what you ate and what it tasted like? Are you sleepy in the afternoon, after eating? In this blog post, we are going to share “Want to Reduce Stress? Try This Surprising Technique Using Your 5 Senses.” Welcome to Happy H ..read more
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De-Stress with Every Bite – The Benefits of Eating Slowly
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by HappyHalfHour
1M ago
Do you even remember what you ate yesterday? Let’s face it, women are walking, breathing, eat in our car Stress Eaters. We eat when we feel stressed, and we experience stress when we eat. Stress eating contributes to weight gain, poor digestion and stress on the body. In this blog post, we are going to guide you to share “De-stress with Every Bite: The Benefits of Eating Slowly ..read more
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Savor Your Food and Reduce Stress – Why Eating Slowly Should Be Your New Habit
R.E.A.L. Social Workers
by HappyHalfHour
1M ago
Introduction: In our fast-paced modern lives, it’s not uncommon to find ourselves rushing through meals without a second thought. Whether we’re eating on the go, multitasking while we eat, or mindlessly devouring our food, the habit of eating quickly can have significant negative effects on our health and well-being. In this blog post, we’re going to explore the importance of slowing down and savoring our food, not just for our physical health but also for reducing stress and promoting mindful eating. Welcome to Happy Half Hour. Club I am Marcyline Bailey, a licensed clinical social worker wi ..read more
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Authentic Beauty – Reflections for Women Social Workers
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by Marcyline
1M ago
Introduction We are born into a world of comparisons. One of the first comparisons is found in the question “who does the baby look like? Then there are the comparison statements. “The baby has hair just like her mother when she was a baby.” “He has his father’s eyes.” Comparisons do not stop there. We are taught to observe, analyze, and measure our worth based on how we perceive others. “You should be more like your sister.” “I wish you could sing like your brother.” “Your friend is such a good student, why don’t you study a lot like her?” When we spend time comparing ourselves to others, we ..read more
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Want to Reduce Stress? Try This Surprising Technique Using Your 5 Senses
R.E.A.L. Social Workers
by Marcyline
7M ago
Intro Are you a mother who barely gets to sit down to eat your meal before it gets cold? Are you jumping up to attend to the needs of your spouse or children? Do you eat lunch at your desk? Are you gulping down your food so that you have time to use the restroom before your 30-minute lunch break is over? Do you have indigestion or stomach cramps after eating? Can you remember what you ate and what it tasted like? Are you sleepy in the afternoon, after eating? In this blog post, we are going to share “Want to Reduce Stress? Try This Surprising Technique Using Your 5 Senses.” Welcome to REAL So ..read more
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De-Stress with Every Bite – The Benefits of Eating Slowly
R.E.A.L. Social Workers
by Marcyline
7M ago
Do you even remember what you ate yesterday? Let’s face it, women are walking, breathing, eat in our car Stress Eaters. We eat when we feel stressed, and we experience stress when we eat. Stress eating contributes to weight gain, poor digestion and stress on the body. In this blog post, we are going to guide you to share “De-stress with Every Bite: The Benefits of Eating Slowly ..read more
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Savor Your Food and Reduce Stress – Why Eating Slowly Should Be Your New Habit
R.E.A.L. Social Workers
by Marcyline
7M ago
Introduction: In our fast-paced modern lives, it’s not uncommon to find ourselves rushing through meals without a second thought. Whether we’re eating on the go, multitasking while we eat, or mindlessly devouring our food, the habit of eating quickly can have significant negative effects on our health and well-being. In this blog post, we’re going to explore the importance of slowing down and savoring our food, not just for our physical health but also for reducing stress and promoting mindful eating. Welcome to REAL Social Workers Online Magazine This is the place for social workers to Relax ..read more
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