So, the holidays are upon us and again, it’s that “most wonderful time of the year”. Here we are. This is about the time that everyone’s stress levels begin to rise exponentially in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Gifts to buy, parties to attend. Kids acting out more because of stress and high energy and adults doing the same and calling it “parenting”.
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Hi again all, I am sure by now you would have read my initial thoughts, "Tapping into Your Strength Reservoir" on historical life perspectives and accomplishments which often change as they become outdated. If you haven’t read it yet, go ahead and pause to visit my Linkedin article on #PonderingTuesday. Pondering Tuesday is a thread from my Visual Journaling community prompt that ended up becoming a much longer piece than usual.
Does Journaling really work? Can burnout be avoided? What even is burn-out…? Wait, do I..have burnout? How do I know if I have burnout or not…? It sounds painful….
In my article I wrote for LinkedIn, “Burnout Is An Inside Job”, I talk about burnout and its causes, which often are not directly related to anything going on in one’s external world. Rather, burn out is an “inside job” that occurs because of living in constant internal (and often unconscious) conflict about what you need and what is being asked of you.
What Your Myers-Briggs & Enneagram Personality Types Reveal About The Way You Communicate In Relationships
What kind of skills are you working with?
Some of the most common questions people ask about relationships and marriage revolve around how to improve their communication skills.
Kate is an INFJ-3 on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Enneagram.