This guest post was written by Candice Creasman, PhD, owner of Creasman Counseling. The Work/Life Center is so grateful to Candice for sharing her expertise with SAS employees and their families. You can learn more about Candice and Creasman Counseling at the bottom of this page. Should I Stay or
It’s already mid-January and some of those resolutions/goals/fresh starts whatever-you-want-to-call-them are getting hard. Maybe you’re re-evaluating. I’ve set my sights on a Spartan SPRINT this year. As a 2x IRONMAN finisher, I’m no stranger to running or super challenging athletic events, so as far at that 5K run, I’m good.
We all know that eating fruits and vegetables is good for us. This is a message we have heard since we were kids. The USDA recommends eating 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. However, nutrition experts and research suggest that more is better, typically agreeing that at least 8-10 servings
"Why are we doing this?" No matter who you are, that’s a question you’ve likely asked yourself more than once. Whether as a child receiving instruction from your parents, or as adults contemplating the reason behind decisions made at work, we are curious by nature. We all carry this innate
I have a 100-year-old father with dementia living with me and I also help parents of teens here at SAS. What do these two things have in common? The need to stay in relationship. Three years ago, I heard this simple statement and it hit me like a ton of