Does ADHD really exist?
Reports of fidgety children can be traced back at least as far as 1798 when Alexander Crichton (1763-1856) described a state reminiscent of the subtype of ADHD. (Andreas Warnke and Cristian Riederer, May 2013)
We have come a long way since then.
Burn-Out at Work
Burnout- Work conflicts and Burn-Out have become more common due to the fast paced work environment and increasing demands placed on us. It is a state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. You may feel your productivity, motivation….
Major life transitions — moving to a new country, changing jobs, separation and divorce, becoming a parent, retirement — can be an overwhelming and challenging part of life. Transitions, even happy ones, can also be stressful and bring up mixed feelings. In the simplest terms, transition is change, predictable…
Depression is a common ailment which few people feel comfortable talking about. Depressed people often feel guilty about being sick as if it were their fault or a weakness on their part.
Yet, according to the World Health Organization, depression is…