Our eyes, gestures, and tone bring us together in a more profound way than words alone. It’s why we look hopefully toward the return of in-person, face-to-face connection.
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How to construct optimal outcomes
Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler Ph.D.
Was your work/life balance out of control pre-pandemic? If so, now just might be the best time to change all that.
During unstable times, one of the wisest things we can do is to learn to sit with the uncertainty. To know that the answers will come.
Do you feel like you're on an emotional rollercoaster? Identifying your emotions can help.
Conflict during quarantine is inevitable. How can we deal with it?
While the vulnerability many of us are experiencing today may leave us feeling uncomfortable, there may also be some benefits to it.
It's time to think ahead and pivot. If more of us do this, we might have a better chance of dealing effectively with the current crisis, and averting the next one.
Some experts have predicted that compassion will be in short supply in the coming weeks as the coronavirus crisis descends on the United States. It doesn’t have to be.
Is the coronavirus scare making you anxious? Think of the gifts it can give you instead.
Are you continuously struggling to resolve conflict without gaining any real ground? Pattern recognition may help.
Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D., is an organizational psychologist specializing in conflict freedom; she is author of Optimal Outcomes: Free Yourself from Conflict at Work, at Home, and in Life.