Tag Archives: exhaustion

12 Ways to Reduce Exhaustion in the New Year

by on January 9, 2021

How much different would life be if exhaustion wasn’t a factor? It is normal to be physically overwhelmed by long hours at work, ungrateful children, overload of electronic stimulus, and tiresome relatives. But some exhaustion is much deeper. It stems from unmet needs, expectations, ambitions, and hopes. It is compounded by tragedies, disappointments, rejections, and… (more…)

30 Ways to Take a Mini Break

by on January 6, 2018

Vicki was exhausted. Between raising three kids, working a full-time job, being married, and managing her household, she was worn-out. Desperately wanting a holiday, Vicki knew that even vacations weren’t really a vacation. The kids still needs constant supervision and eating out for every meal wasn’t economical. What she really needed was some time alone… (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…)

The Many Ways Marriage Can Be Exhausting

by on October 12, 2017

An exhausting marriage is not just about inadequate communication, insufficient funds, or imperfect sex. While these items tend to be a factor at some level in every marriage, the exhaustion a client may be feeling could be a sign of a much deeper issue. In order to undercover these darker issues, married clients should be… (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 to Overcome Expectation Exhaustion

by on October 12, 2017

An expectation can be positive or negative, realistic or unrealistic, about behavior or performance, increase anxiety or relieve stress, and result in disappointment or surprise. There are two sources of expectations: internal and external. Internal expectations are rooted in beliefs, grounded by experience and flourish though thoughts. In contrast, others impose external expectations based on… (more…)

10 Ways to Manage the Holiday Chaos

by on October 12, 2017

The holidays should be several days of reduced work activity set aside to celebrate with family and friends. But all too often, these days are jam-packed filled with obligations, deadlines, expectations, responsibilities, and crises. Instead of letting the exhaustion take over, try these ideas to simplify. Make a list and check it twice. The first… (more…)

How Obsessive Thoughts and Guilty Feelings Feed Exhaustion

by on October 12, 2017

Have you ever wondered how exhaustion becomes so pervasive and infects nearly every aspect of life? Just like the flu bug, it takes over with an unyielding vengeance, putting the most productive people out of commission. There are two main ingredients that constantly fuel exhaustion: obsessive thinking and guilty feelings. This concept is borrowed from… (more…)

Twelve Tips to Eliminate Exhaustion in the New Year

by on October 12, 2017

How much different would life be if exhaustion wasn’t a factor? It is normal to be physically overwhelmed by long hours at work, ungrateful children, overload of electronic stimulus, and tiresome relatives. But some exhaustion is much deeper. It stems from unmet needs, expectations, ambitions, and hopes. It is compounded by tragedies, disappointments, rejections, and… (more…)

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