January 2022 | WOC Therapy

Month: January 2022

Introverts vs. Extroverts – What Makes Them Different?

By abigail-butler | January 19, 2022 | Mental Health

You’ve likely heard the terms introversion and extroversion many times in your life, but do you know what they actually mean? What do these concepts represent, and what does being one of them say about you? Let’s untangle the never-ending confusion on introverts vs. extroverts and understand more about this psychological theory.

Reaching Out to an Ex – Is It a Good Idea?

By abigail-butler | January 14, 2022 | Relationships

When someone you loved leaves your life, it can be hard to get used to their absence. And after breakups, most people wonder if reaching out to an ex after months of no contact is a good remedy for their broken heart. To be frank – often, reconnection is completely counterproductive. Yet sometimes, the pros weigh out the cons, and seeing them again brings merit to both of your lives. In this article, we’ll explain the difference between the two.

5 Signs You Are Outgrowing the People in Your Life

By abigail-butler | January 11, 2022 | Self-Care

Outgrowing people is when you start feeling like those whose company you used to enjoy no longer give you the same kind of happiness. It may be sad, but it’s also a sign that you need more out of life and the company you keep. If you suspect this may be happening to you, read on to learn about the five most common signs you’ve outgrown someone.

How to Get Over a Bad Breakup?

By abigail-butler | January 11, 2022 | Relationships

Figuring out how to get over a bad breakup is never easy. You’ll have to feel your feelings and get out there, and your entire being will just want to go back to its comfort zone. However, relationships end for a reason. And with that reason in mind, you’ll be able to build yourself anew and find a partner who’ll be perfect for you. The tips we have in store will just make the route shorter and more manageable.

How to Prevent Burnout in the Workplace

By abigail-butler | January 10, 2022 | Self-Care

I vividly remember when I started a new position at the office. At that point, the term “leadership burnout” didn’t mean much to me. I was far too excited about the promotion to be aware of the stress eating me up inside. Learning how to prevent burnout for me came too late, once I was already tired, empty, and hollow.

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