Depression, Anxiety Spike Amid Outbreak and Turbulent Times
Mental health therapists’ caseloads are bulging. Waiting lists for appointments are growing. And anxiety and depression are rising among Americans amid the coronavirus crisis, research suggests. In the latest study to suggest an uptick, half of U.S. adults surveyed reported …Continue reading
How to be Married by This Time Next Year
Four helpful dating strategies. It’s Tu B’Av, the Jewish day of love. And for some the day carries with it yet-to-be-fulfilled dreams and desires. So, for those of us (and we’ll focus more on the women here, keeping in mind …Continue reading
A Documentarian Finds the Perfect Solution to Happiness — What Happened When He Faked His Own Death
Too much going on, but feeling like you never have enough. Overscheduled. Overworked. Overwhelmed. Overstressed. While this past year has only made emotional exhaustion even more acute, burnout was already a crisis long before the pandemic. That’s why, early last year, …Continue reading
Ex-Lehman Financial Chief Doesn’t Look Back
Erin Montella says her life today is the antithesis of the life she led a bit more than a decade ago. Then, she was known as Erin Callan. She was chief financial officer for Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. in the …Continue reading
A “Soul Ball” Story: Mortality & Me.
Juggler Coaching Session Notes Client: Jason, a wealthy 50 year-old. After discussing The Path of The Just, a little after page 1, Jason took a breath, exclaiming, “This feels so good, so right. Wow. Why do I feel …Continue reading
Date-Night Secrets Revealed.
The inquiry was: “…so, when was the last time you took your wife on a date?” Hubby answered, “I can’t remember.” Whoa. Not the answer I was looking for. I remarked: “If she asks you to take her out, it’s too late.” …Continue reading