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How to Make Peace with the Past

  Confront What You Learned to Avoid It’s not past experience that keeps people stuck but the habits developed to cope with it.  By Noam Shpancer, Ph.D. “The past is never gone. It is not even past” wrote William Faulkner. The statement may be truest with regard to past adversity. Negative events echo loudly inside our psychic architecture. The reason is evolutionary. If a tiger attacked you in the forest, you’d do better, survival- wise , not to...

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“Memory Clutter” Rather Than Cognitive Decline

If you sometimes have difficulty trying to find the right word or remembering an event or conversation, researchers say there’s probably nothing wrong with your brain or memory. And, more importantly, It’s not necessarily a symptom of cognitive decline. Rather, it’s more likely a symptom of how well your brain has been working over the years, absorbing, retaining and storing information. And it’s a normal cognitive situation that develops with healthy aging. Beginning...

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Head Injuries: Warning Signs and How to Treat Head Injuries Naturally - VIDEO

Hi everyone! This is Kelly - your Nutrition Coach and Brain Health Professional on a mission to teach you how to get a better brain! Welcome to another special video for worldwide Brain Injury Awareness month! In today’s video, I give you the low-down on head injuries - what they are, how they can occur, warning signs of a head injury, and the best natural treatments. Head injuries are no joke.

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11 Ways to Practice Self-Love During Times of Prolonged Stress

11 Ways To Practice Self-Love During Times Of Prolonged Stress  Share on: Whether it's a global issue like a heartbreaking war or a personal issue like a long healing journey, humans need tools, like  self-love practices , to help us sit with periods of prolonged stress. Yet what does "self-love" look like in a practical sense? Utilize the self-love suggestions below that you're able to, as you're able to. Everyone's circumstances and...

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5 Keys for De-escalating Anger

As someone who coordinates training for groups throughout North America, I am struck that at a time of physical distancing, I’m seeing an increase in organizations expressing concern over the  physical  safety of their employees. And it’s not only from those who work in front line, health care, or public facing roles – anyone whose work requires them to  be  in public is experiencing increasingly intense and emotionally heightened interactions. I believe...

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Keeping our Workers Safe with SafetyLine & GPS SPOT Devices

SAFETYLINE AND SPOT SATELLITE MESSENGERS: PROACTIVE SAFETY FOR PROTECTING LONE WORKERS There are many industries that need to deploy lone workers to remote regions in support of field operations. These lone workers perform their activities in isolation, often without close or direct supervision. In many cases they work beyond the reach of cellular or terrestrial networks, and at significantly more risk in the event of an unexpected medical emergency, incident  or accident. ...

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See a Physician Online!

See a Physician online for FREE. All you'll need is your BC Personal Health Care Number! Start by creating your access virtual account on the Access Virtual Website Describe your symptoms Connect with a clinician Review your care plan All Access Virtual Physician's are licensed to practice within the Canadian private or public medical systems. Patients are always connected to a practitioner licensed in the province in which they reside. 

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Adults with Autism

When Lyric Holmans was diagnosed with autism at the age of 29, it was like they were born again. It fundamentally changed how Holmans saw themself and others, and it led to the important realization that they no longer had to live up to neurotypical expectations. "Finally learning the truth allowed me to grow a skill that I'd been lacking for most of my life—self-compassion," Holmans tells Upworthy. Adding that the diagnosis was like a "guidebook" that allowed them to "finally...

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Burnout Self-Care Tips

As counsellors and helpers, we know about vicarious trauma and burnout all too well. This is because many of us walk alongside folks who have experienced very painful things, including emotional and psychological abuse and/or physical and sexual violations and violence. I used to hear and read about self-care strategies early in my career, but they often didn’t resonate with me. I figured I wasn’t doing self-care properly, and it felt like a chore to try some of the strategies...

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RTW after Harassment

We know it’s hard to go back to work after sexual harassment or assault but it is possible. Here are our tips to help you move beyond the past and create your future.

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