Walking Through Grief

Posted by on Jun 2, 2015 in Coping | No Comments

Feeling heard and understood during challenging times in life is like a positive bug zapper. We are drawn to those who “get us” in the realest, most genuine ways. At times in life, those people who “get us” may not feel equipped for what we’re going through or perhaps those people may just be few […]

A Challenge for Sleep

Posted by on Feb 4, 2012 in Coping, Sleep help/benefits | No Comments

Tips and challenges from Dr. Oz on how to sleep better for life! Get-back-to-sleep-plan! Sleep Challange!

PTSD Video-“Now, After”- From a soldier’s viewpoint

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Coping, PTSD | No Comments

PTSD Video “Now,After”- From a soldier’s viewpoint An autobiography depicting a young soldier’s difficult experiences of disturbing flashbacks and images as he attempts to return to civilian life as a student after serving in the war in Iraq.

G.E.I. Coping Inventory

Posted by on Oct 6, 2008 in Coping | No Comments

Each person copes with stress and problems differently.  When you are under stress or have problems, how likely are you to do each of the following? Write down the most appropriate number for each statement:                                        1=Never          2=Seldom        3=Sometimes        4=Usually        5=Always 1.  Drink alcoholic beverages.                2.  Talk it out with others. 3.  Read […]

Answers to G.E.I. Coping Inventory

Posted by on Mar 30, 2008 in Coping | No Comments

Make three columns, one for fight, one for flight, and one for facing it head on.  Find below each number and its coping category. Put the score for each number in the appropriate column.  Add up the total scores for each of the three categories. The Category that has the highest score is your primary […]