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What Do I Say When Someone Tells Me They Have Been Assaulted/Harassed?

Work/Life Connections
January 29, 2018

Media coverage of sexual misconduct allegations against several celebrities and politicians, the Time’s Up movement, and the #MeToo social media campaign have heightened awareness of the prevalence and effects of sexual assault and sexual harassment in the United States. The culture of silence around these issues is shifting, and it can be difficult to know what to say to a friend, a family member, or a co-worker who discloses their story of sexual assault and/or harassment.

Mindset Makeover: Your Relationship With Food

Health Plus
August 11, 2017

Emotional eating is very common and happens when you eat to make yourself feel better, rather than to satisfy physical hunger. Unfortunately, food can never solve the real problem at hand. The feelings that triggered the eating are still there. Often you feel worse because of all the unnecessary food you’ve eaten. If you turn to food when emotions take over, take a deep breath and give yourself a break. Remember that you are not alone and you are not hopeless. Feeling guilty will only add to any negative emotions you already feel.

How to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Health Plus
August 11, 2017

All foods can fit into a healthy diet plan. However, many people have difficulty practicing moderation when it comes to sweets. Although they are tasty, many sweet treats contain large amounts of added sugar and contribute excess calories without providing any nutritional benefits. Use the following “dos and don’ts” to help you satisfy your craving for sweets without going overboard.   DO