As you read this, there’s a good chance you or someone close to you is undergoing significant hardship and maybe, even loss as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. I cannot fully understand the breadth of what you may be going through and things are rocky in my world as well. Face to face certification-led […]
Be clear about who you are supporting. I can’t be everything to everyone so I focus on the people I believe I can help. Of course, you can do much more but you need to showcase with clarity at least 2 – 3 things at first that you can do.
I was speaking to a friend recently, who was feeling burnt out, stressed and exhausted. She had been plugging away at a new project for more than a year. It had its ups and downs but overall, the toll was significant. It was draining the life out of her and she was taking some time to evaluate everything.
One of the hardest things people struggle with, when writing articles, is achieving the right balance. The writer wants to help but they also want to ensure they don’t over-invest their time and effort in a way that leaves them short. Otherwise, they find it hard to continue and be consistent.
Hi there, my name is Nisha Srinivasan. I am 38 years old. I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and I continue to live in Chicago. I got married on 25 November 2016 and my husband is incredible. I am very blessed to be married to him. We met online in August 2014. I’ve got a very close-knit family – mom, dad and two younger sisters aged 36 and 28. My middle sister is married and has two daughters of her own (aged eight and two) and I love being an aunt to them!
This is Urmilah Dass’s story. I am a Malaysian living in Kuala Lumpur for slightly over 30 years. Originally from Kuantan, an East coast beach town, I work as a clinical psychologist at my own practice and I am also a consultant at a hospital in Kuala Lumpur.