May 2011 Monthly Bulletin When Change is the Challenge

When Change is the Challenge

There are many common quips about change: "If you don’t like the weather here, hang around for a few minutes and it will change." "Change is inevitable ... except from vending machines." And so on.┬áIt’s good to have a laugh about the topic. But the truth is that many of us find change quite difficult. Read this month’s newsletter to get some good tips on handling the one thing you can always count on – change!

In This Edition
Coping skills for change
Steps for successful change
Mastering acceptance
Is the glass half empty or half full?

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Change Tactics

Coping skills for change

As we go through life, one thing is absolutely predictable: change! Read some practical tips for coping. More...

En Español

Worklife Balance

Steps for successful change

Adjusting to change often takes awhile. The good news: a stronger, more resilient "you" emerges through the journey of adapting to change. More...

En Español

Mind Matters

Mastering Acceptance

What if we are unable to change the reality of a situation? How do we master acceptance? More...

En Español

There Was an Old Lady Who ...

Is the glass half empty or half full?

Are there times when you can reframe changes in positive ways? Read a short, familiar anecdote that speaks volumes about the importance of keeping a positive attitude. More...

En Español

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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