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Stepping Up When Anxiety Shuts An Employee Down

Stepping Up When Anxiety Shuts An Employee Down

If you manage a large team or even a few people over a number of years, chances are you’ve encountered an employee struggling with an anxiety disorder. React well as a leader/manager and you’ll help the struggling employee recover and contribute to your organizational success. Pile onto their problem and you’ll help send that employee, and your results, into downward spiral.

Sexual Assault & Mental Health

Sexual Assault & Mental Health

Around 1 in 5 women and 1 in 59 men have reported experiencing rape at some point in their lives, while about 1 in 20 men and women experienced other types of sexual violence.  Among female rape victims, 51.1% of perpetrators were reported to be intimate partners, 12.5% were family members, 40.8% were reported to be acquaintances, and 13.8% were strangers.  Among male victims, 52.4% of perpetrators were reported to be acquaintances and 15.1% were strangers.

Mental Health and the Military

Mental Health and the Military

Post-traumatic stress disorder is not the only mental health issue among military veterans and active personnel. What are some other mental health problems and how can we help? 

The NoStigmas Movement

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The NoStigmas Movement

Approximately 2,000 people took their own lives on 18 January 1987; Michael Daniel Moore was one of them. He left behind a wife and three children ages seven, six, and three. He was neither a bad nor a stupid person. He was a person in pain and sa...

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