Advertisement
HomeCollectionsStress Management
IN THE NEWS

Stress Management

FEATURED ARTICLES
FEATURES
By Palo Alto Peninsula Times Tribune | December 31, 1991
You feel too tired to get out of bed. Even if you could muster the motivation, you're so cynical about your work that you wonder what it's all for.When you do get out of bed, facial tics get worse. You find yourself getting angry and judgmental. You walk and talk faster but forget what you say and take twice as long to get your work done. Stomachaches and fatigue become part of your daily experience.Behaviors and attitudes such as these may signal the approach of "burnout" -- a battering form of depression that can cost you your job and ruin your health.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
July 17, 2014
These groups meet regularly. Bereavement Support Group - Fourth Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. This group is for adults who are mourning the loss of a loved one. All are welcome; however not appropriate for children. St. Francis of Assisi Church, 8300 Old Columbia Road, Fulton. 410-792-0470. Camp Love - Two-hour sessions in July for ladies only. Focus sessions include: Surviving Abusive Relationships; Focusing on Your Nutritional Value; Developing Dynamic Health Regimens; Building Healthy Matters: Stress Management; Empowering Self and Building High Self Esteem; Choosing You Even When it Hurts; and Overcoming Grief and Depression.
Advertisement
NEWS
By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 9, 2000
STRESS MANAGEMENT will be discussed at the monthly meeting of the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights at 10: 30 a.m. Tuesday at the clubhouse, 110 N. Hammonds Ferry Road. Carolyn F. Shearer, activity director in the subacute unit at North Arundel Hospital, will address "The Balancing Act -- How to Find Time for Your Job, Your Family, Your Spouse, and Yourself!" Shearer has a bachelor's degree in therapeutic recreation from Hood College. She is married and has three children. Her interests include children's activities, reading, horseback riding and photography.
EXPLORE
April 25, 2013
Activity Pals For single seniors. Get together with others to attend events, shop, go sightseeing, dine out and more. 301-596-6385. The Bain Center 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia. 410-313-7213. •Acting Up! Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. A theater club. Call center to confirm attendance. Free. •AcuDetox. Thursdays, 10 a.m. $20. •American Indian Experience. Second Mondays, 1 p.m. •Another Way to See It Laughter Club. Mondays, 9 a.m. $2 instructor fee at class each week.
NEWS
January 14, 2004
Harriet B. Braiker, 55, a psychologist and expert on stress management, died of respiratory failure Saturday in Pasadena, Calif. Her many books included The Type E Woman: How to Overcome the Stress of Being Everything to Everybody in 1986, and, after the terrorist attacks, The September 11 Syndrome: Seven Steps to Getting a Grip in Uncertain Times.
NEWS
December 29, 1994
Daria Todor to head assistance programDaria M. Todor of Olney has been named director of the employee assistance program Columbia-based Century Mental Health, a private counseling practice.Ms. Tudor has lectured on topics such as conflict resolution, stress management and violence in the workplace.Michael DiProspero named project managerMichael DiProspero of Perry Hall has been named senior project manager for Columbia-based Constellation Real Estate's construction management and services division.
HEALTH
By Janice Perrone and Janice Perrone,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | September 11, 1990
"A woman I'd never seen before came into my office, crying," says Steve Allen Jr., M.D."I asked her what was the problem and she sobbed for about three minutes, then told me about a terrible event in her life. Then she started to sob again."Is there anything else you'd like to tell me?" Dr. Allen, a family physician, asked. The patient started to cry again, uncontrollably."I just moved to the area and my boyfriend left me." Sobs."Is there anything else you'd like to tell me?""My mother has cancer.
NEWS
October 18, 1995
A burglar broke into a Glen Burnie home last week, stole a television and left a note of apology, county police said yesterday.Dwight Edwin Fish and his wife returned to their home in the 1000 block of Rose Anne Road from a week's vacation about 11 p.m. Sunday to find that someone had broken a basement door window and reached in to open the door, police said.Later, Mr. Fish found a handwritten note on a pad lying on a counter near the door. The note said, "Broke into your house and took a TV, sorry."
FEATURES
By Elise T. Chisolm | September 1, 1992
Stress on vacation? Yeah, it's possible, don't laugh.It's a fact that some people on vacation take their personal baggage with them. And I'm not talking Samsonite; I'm talking worries, cares and anxieties.How do I know? For years at the beach I've been listening to families on the beach blankets close to mine. Often, the first day at the beach the kids fight and are demanding -- they've been in the car too long. And the parents are over-anxious about the activities for the week. The father can't remember whether he brought his golf glove and his brief case and the mother can't remember if she brought the baby's heat rash prescription and her curling rod.People look forward all year long to their week or two at the beach, but when they arrive it takes time -- sometimes lots of time -- to unwind.
NEWS
By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1995
Living in a cramped North Laurel motel room with her husband and two children is bad, but living without health care is even worse, says Betty Williams, a homeless person."
NEWS
May 18, 2012
Summer camps Glen Mar United Methodist Church will hold one-week summer camp sessions June 18 through July 27 at the church, 4701 New Cut Road. Sessions are for those who will be 4 years old by June 1 through children now in fifth grade. Registration and information: 410-465-4995, ext. 212, or glenmarumc.org. Around town Blood pressure screenings Stop in from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays at the Ellicott City Senior Center for free blood pressure readings by a registered nurse.
NEWS
By Francesca Lunzer Kritz, Special to the Los Angeles Times | July 14, 2010
"Is there an app for that?" When it comes to consumer healthcare applications for smart phones, the answer, increasingly, is yes. There are now close to 6,000 consumer health apps, according to a review published in March by mobihealthnews, which reports on the mobile health industry, and more are being added every day. Many are free, or cost $1 to $10 to download. Some physicians are concerned about the reliability of the medical information provided by many of these apps, which offer advice and information on a wide array of health topics, including how to find a doctor, first aid for an emergency and exercise instructions.
NEWS
September 4, 2005
On September 1, 2005, VIRGINIA A. CHMIELEWSKI, 49, of Carmel IN. She was born January 25, 1956 in Richmond, VA., the third of five children of Edgar W. and Carrie Mae (Lavender) Barber. Gena graduated from Henrico High School in 1973 and while working full time attended Community College in Richmond. Early in her career she was employed in the advertising field. In 1991 she married her husband, Steven, and moved to Indianapolis in 1992. Known to many of her family and friends as a modern day renaissance woman, she had a zeal for life and great compassion for all people.
NEWS
January 14, 2004
Harriet B. Braiker, 55, a psychologist and expert on stress management, died of respiratory failure Saturday in Pasadena, Calif. Her many books included The Type E Woman: How to Overcome the Stress of Being Everything to Everybody in 1986, and, after the terrorist attacks, The September 11 Syndrome: Seven Steps to Getting a Grip in Uncertain Times.
BUSINESS
By Amanda J. Crawford | April 2, 2000
US Airways finally appeared to be putting its labor problems behind it last week after reaching a last-minute agreement with its 10,000 flight attendants. The tentative five-year pact marks the last hurdle for the recently troubled operation, which has operated in the red for three quarters. The airline, which still has the highest costs per mile in the industry, has cut some expenses by forming its low-fare subsidiary, MetroJet, and it has fixed the computer problems and resolved the maintenance schedule delays that troubled it earlier this year.
NEWS
By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 9, 2000
STRESS MANAGEMENT will be discussed at the monthly meeting of the Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights at 10: 30 a.m. Tuesday at the clubhouse, 110 N. Hammonds Ferry Road. Carolyn F. Shearer, activity director in the subacute unit at North Arundel Hospital, will address "The Balancing Act -- How to Find Time for Your Job, Your Family, Your Spouse, and Yourself!" Shearer has a bachelor's degree in therapeutic recreation from Hood College. She is married and has three children. Her interests include children's activities, reading, horseback riding and photography.
NEWS
April 26, 1999
Affirmative action is topic of conference A conference on "New Strategies for Work Force Equity in the 21st Century," will be held Fridayat the Kossiakoff Center of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel. The conference is sponsored by the Maryland Association of Human Rights Agencies, Baltimore District Liaison Group, Black Human Resources Network, Maryland Association of Affirmative Action Officers and the Maryland Association of Equal Opportunity Personnel.
NEWS
September 4, 2005
On September 1, 2005, VIRGINIA A. CHMIELEWSKI, 49, of Carmel IN. She was born January 25, 1956 in Richmond, VA., the third of five children of Edgar W. and Carrie Mae (Lavender) Barber. Gena graduated from Henrico High School in 1973 and while working full time attended Community College in Richmond. Early in her career she was employed in the advertising field. In 1991 she married her husband, Steven, and moved to Indianapolis in 1992. Known to many of her family and friends as a modern day renaissance woman, she had a zeal for life and great compassion for all people.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.