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Walk With Walgreens | www.walk.walgreens.com/contributors
Long Island Woman | click here
In Judy Martin’s powerful article on “Work-life Balance in Changing World,” she talks about the stress on woman when value and worth are tied up in image or salary. Under keeping emotions balanced in your work life, she brings in Dr. Jennifer Howard to discuss.
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Forbes | www.Forbes.com
Even though we’re watching the disaster from across the globe and through a screen, it still has an impact. “It absolutely replicates in our nervous system,” says New York City psychotherapist Jennifer Howard, Ph.D., who has worked with people recovering from trauma.
Howard says that a constant stream of live pictures and updates raises our anxiety and triggers adrenalin.”We’ve got ourselves worked up, so we have to find ways to soothe ourselves.” Whether it’s nature, prayers or affirmations, it’s good to break from the daily grind of work and the ongoing trauma. “We have to take charge as best as we can, but we’re not in charge of the world.”
AllTop.com | Psychology
Dr. Howard is listed on this website called: www.psychology.alltop.com
BeliefNet | “Holding Pain” By Edie Weinstein, MSW, LSW
Dr. Howard is quoted on a recent article by Edie Weinstein
Hollywood Walk Of Fame | Just for fun!
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