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How Reality TV Can Help And Harm Your Health
When Teresa Giudice lost her temper with a cast-mate on the first season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, it was the table flip heard around the world.
But exposure to this type of volatile drama isnâ€™t always detrimental to our well-being, especially when isn't purely voyeuristic. Confidence coach and licensed psychotherapist Karol Ward explains that reality shows can bring up feelings for women that range from "I wish I had that life" to "This is just hysterically funny." See article . . .
When Your Gut Sends Mixed SignalsFrom: Lesson 11: Your Life Speaks to You in a Whisper - by Will Doig
Good Body Language Can Help Win Business
Body language is a key part of an advisor's communication with prospects and clients. The following video video for Wall Street Journal Live, has a few tips on how to convey confidence and seem more approachable.
How To Stop Worrying About Your Kids
By asking yourself how realistic the worst case scenario is, you'll most likely realize that you're thinking in an exaggerated way, according to Karol Ward, a licensed clinical social worker and author of Worried Sick: Break Free from Chronic Worry to Achieve Mental and Physical Health. Read Article . . .
It's Really Okay to Say I Cant' Afford That
By Veronica Dagher
A casual talk about money can prevent some of these misunderstandings, says Karol Ward, a New York psychotherapist.
Telling friends in advance can prevent them from feeling rejected later on, she says.
Read article . . .
How To Tame Your Inner Control FreakBy Jenna Goudreau, Forbes Staff
"Most issues around control stem from someone's subconscious desire to feel safe," says Karol Ward, licensed psychotherapist and author of Worried Sick. "What's at play is a hyper-vigilance, a need to know and be aware of all the possible elements that could go wrong." Read article . . .
Putting Your Mental Health In Order
By Serena Gordon, Health Reporter
"We're stuck in a continuing worry cycle by staying glued to the 24-hour news cycle," said Karol Ward, a New York City psychotherapist, author and member of the National Association of Social Workers. "We fear if we're not plugged in, we'll miss something. This leaves us in a constantly adrenalized state," she explained. Read article . . .
Seven tips for a stress-free vacation
"You may have different needs than others but as long as you are clear that you like to sightsee or like quiet time, the less pressure and expectation is placed on you," advises Karol Ward, a licensed clinical social worker with a private psychotherapy practice in New York City. Read article . . .