Tag Archives: exhausted

7 Unintentional Consequences from Keeping the Peace

by on January 25, 2020

At 45 years old, Brian did not know who he was or what he wanted. From the outside looking in, he seemed to have it all: money, family, career, and friends. But in reality, life was very different. He managed to have a successful career at a job he did not like. His 20-year abusive… (more…)

10 Ways to Improve Body Image

by on October 12, 2017

Are your clients consumed with negative thoughts about their looks? How much of their time is spent obsessing over body image? We live in a culture fixated on outward appearances. This body image obsession breeds discontentment and discontentment, in turn, causes money to be spent. Advertisements, TV, social media, magazines, and the internet bombard with… (more…)

What Causes Exhaustion?

by on October 12, 2017

For many clients, the physical manifestation of exhaustion is a symptom of deeper psychological issues. They may report feeling tired, overwhelmed, anxious, or even depressed. On the surface, they may have too many activities, feel responsible for others, reject setting boundaries, strive to look perfect, or be driven to excel. While all of these things… (more…)

How Exhaustion Steals Joy

by on October 12, 2017

Ginger wept when another woman said, “These are the happiest times of your life.” She desperately wanted to feel that way but as a new mother who worked a full-time job, joy escaped her. There was little she could do about her financial situation, she had to work. But she longed for the moments when… (more…)

21 Ways to Beat Exhaustion

by on October 12, 2017

Are your clients exhausted from doing too many things at once? Some research suggests that multi-tasking is impossible — when done, a person is actually giving only partial attention to many things. With all the advances in technology, it seems that life doesn’t stop long enough to give full attention to anything. Many find they… (more…)

How Exhaustion in Women Decreases Work Productivity

by on September 2, 2014

Samantha believed things would be easier with her latest promotion. But they weren’t. Things were actually worse. The increase in income helped, but the demands of her job meant less time for her family. Her high standards, which contributed greatly to her success, now impeded her both at work and home. Disappointed about her performance,… (more…)

How Exhaustion in Women Decreases Sex Drive

by on September 1, 2014

Rosa’s sex drive was strong just a few short years ago, but now it had severely tapered off and threatened her marriage. In all other areas of her life, she was successful. She owned a small business, married for 15 years, and had two wonderful children. But this area eluded her. Just the thought of… (more…)

Recognizing Exhausted Woman’s Syndrome

by on August 13, 2013

“Burn-out” is an understatement to what some female clients’ experience. After other severe diagnoses have been ruled out, anxiety mixed with depression might be the closest explanation. But the long term presence, the feelings of depletion, and the chronic nature of stress symptoms, is beyond anxiety. If this sounds familiar, then they might be suffering… (more…)

The Curse of the Overly Responsible Exhausted Woman

by on April 1, 2013

Many women struggle with feeling like they are the only responsible person at work and home. While there can be many unhealthy reasons for this, one of them stems from a normal healthy attachment. Their maternal instinct of caring for their children sometimes spills into the work environment. The result is an unhealthy desire to protect… (more…)

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