In light of what we are all experiencing today one of my favorite stories from the wise sage Wayne Dyer comes to mind. It’s about an orange. One time when giving a talk, Wayne Dyer brought an orange with him to the stage and opened a conversation with a young boy who was sitting in … Continue reading Are you feeling the “squeeze”?
Crises are inevitable. How can you cope effectively? Practicing different ways of responding can boost your resilience. Check out these strategies: Focus on What You Can Control Sometimes we fixate on events out of our control. But rather than blaming others or trying to change them, resilient people set their sights on what they can … Continue reading Resilience in the Face of Crisis
Attention Hornet Athletics Fam! Sac State’s 9th Annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk for suicide prevention will be at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 9th at The WELL. By registering, WE are showing support for survivors, students at risk, and people who have been affected by suicide. Suicide is the third leading cause of death for student-athletes. Mental health … Continue reading Out of the Darkness Campus Walk 04.09.20
Here is a great tool if you ever feel stuck in your negative thinking patterns. Negative thinking is quite normal, no one on this plant, not even Oprah, thinks positive ALL the time. You see, most of us react strongly to things that are important to us (such as a game or competition) or when … Continue reading Reframe Your Thinking