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Dangers of Working Late in the Night

By | January 20th, 2017|Helping Others, Self-Help, Youth Development|

You work in a high-pressured office environment where time is essential. Severally, you have foregone important personal engagements just to meet the demands of your job. With the office hours barely enough for your workload, you are constantly working late into the night. Meanwhile, your diligence has not gone unnoticed by your superiors. In fact, [...]

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Ways You Can Help a Stroke Victim

By | January 20th, 2017|Helping Others|

Today makes it the 21st day that Sandy has been home due to stroke. She can barely talk to her family and relatives, let alone stand to do things on her own. What initially started as a mild illness turned out to be something even bigger. She initially complained of dizziness and loss of balance. [...]

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Tips on Helping a Sickle Cell Patient

By | January 20th, 2017|Helping Others|

According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, sickle cell disease is a disease that causes life- long anaemia. This disease is accompanied by an excruciating and unbearable pain that rocks the entire body from head to toe like an electric shock. Sickle cell disease disrupts a person's life and activities and cuts short [...]

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How to Understand and Control Teenage Suicide

By | January 20th, 2017|Helping Others|

In the 80’s and 90’s, the suicide rate in America had already taken a downward trend. The figures had been dropping drastically as more people learned other ways to cope with the challenges of life. However, in 2016, the numbers have increased. Teenagers have also contributed to the escalation of the suicide rate. According to [...]

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How to Help People Suffering from Schizophrenia

By | January 20th, 2017|Helping Others|

Do you know that more than 2 million Americans presently have schizophrenia? Or do you know that this number is expected to increase in the coming years? Are you also aware that persons between the ages of 16 and 25years represent more than half of schizophrenic sufferers? If you still doubt this, click here. Schizophrenia, [...]

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How to Help People with Memory Loss

By | January 20th, 2017|Helping Others|

Alex used to be a very active employee of the bank of America and never had any problem in executing the task assigned to him by his supervisor in the bank. However, recently his supervisor has been complaining about his poor and dwindling performance in the execution of his schedule in the office. Faced with [...]

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How to Help Others Overcome Job Loss

By | January 19th, 2017|Helping Others|

Getting a job means different things to different people. To some, their job is their passion. To others, it is a way of making ends meet. The third group of people works because they need something to kick them out of bed every morning. Because of this, no one wants to lose their job.  But [...]

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How to Counsel People with HIV/AIDS

By | January 19th, 2017|Helping Others|

What makes counseling people living with HIV/AIDS complicated is the fear of the stigmatization that such people live with. Brad, a leader of an online support group for people living with HIV/AIDS, shared some of his experiences with us. He recounted the number of individuals that sent him private messages before joining the group. Brad [...]

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7 Steps to Manage a Chronic Illness

By | January 16th, 2017|Helping Others, Self-Help|

Chronic illnesses are long-term diseases. These are the ailments that will not leave the body of an individual. If an illness is present in someone's body for three months or more, it is a chronic sickness. There are lots of chronic disorders in the world today. In fact, most of them are terminal in the [...]

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How to Boost the Morale of Workers

By | January 16th, 2017|Helping Others|

Most organizations have challenges with productivity when the morale of their employees is low. Some of the attitude you would observe in such environment are lack of enthusiasm for work, lateness and eventually, weak performance in the appraisals. When your worker’s determination to succeed is at a low point, there would be the need to [...]

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