“It’s likely that the New Year’s resolutions we made a few weeks ago are mostly self-centered — lose weight, drink less, travel more — the kind we rarely achieve. At work, resolutions often revolve around our productivity — more focus, new skills and less wasted time on routine tasks.
Take a different tack for 2019. Resolve to become your own Chief Mental Health Officer, a process that starts with yourself, but really focuses on others.
There is a lot of emotional pain in the world these days. In 2018, there was much written about America’s ongoing battle with depression and anxiety. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 47,000 Americans died by suicide in 2017. The suicide rate has steadily increased by 33 percent from 1999 to 2017, with a 26 percent increase in men and a 53 percent increase in women…” — READ MORE
Source: Miami Herald