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  • Overcome Overthinking
    by Adapt Training and Development Many of us in the helping field can relate to being over-thinkers—and this can take a toll on our sleep, our health, and our mental well-being. If you also struggle with over-thinking, a recent article by Rachel Sylvester in Real Simple magazine offers the following tips: Try to reframe your […]
  • Feeling Your Feelings
    by Adapt Training and Development Sometimes, things are just hard and there are no easy phrases or solutions to help us feel better. We just have to feel all of it—grief, sadness, confusion, exhaustion, fear. One of the central features of a lot of what happens in therapy or counseling of any kind is teaching […]
  • Have a Lazy Day Off
    by Adapt Training and Development Some years ago, when my daughters were about 8 or 9, I was trying to get some summer activities scheduled for them (for all our sakes) and one of my girls looked at me and said, “Mom, I just don’t want you gumming up my summer.” We still laugh about […]
  • Confront Complainers Gently
    by Adapt Training and Development The concept of co-regulation can be applied to how we can “catch” each other’s calm as well as each other’s distress. Similarly, when someone around us has a propensity to complain, we may experience either discomfort or an increased awareness of our own complaints. Complaining can be contagious and it […]
  • Set Yourself Up for Success
    by Adapt Training and Development Setting yourself up for success simply means anticipating what you will need or what situations may cause you stress in the future and taking steps now to make things easier later. For instance, I am setting myself up for success by writing this tip now, pre-vacation, so it’s ready to […]