How do we manage communication, connection and relationships in a new on-line world where virtual people become more important than our family and circle of friends?
Amber McAuley explains and provides strategies for survival.
Amber acts as both the primary coordinator of all global online-learning programs as well as a facilitator of the various Mindfulness Without Borders (MWB) curricula and workshops.
She comes to MWB as a published author, public speaker and child and youth counselor.
Amber helms MWB’s Mental Health Matters free webinars for teachers and their classrooms across the globe and is the founder of Move-it for Young Minds.
Listen to a fascinating interview with Amber McAuley on The Elsabe Smit Show on 5th November 2017 at 4pm on this link: https://www.facebook.com/AskElsabeSmit/videos
Here is a link to the recorded show on Youtube.
After two years of effort I managed to get into a graduate program at one of the best universities in the country. For the first few weeks I had loads of energy and loved every minute of it.
However, I then got a stack of work at once, and since then I have been behind and this has left me exhausted and frustrated.
I know it is possible for me to catch up, but somehow my motivation is gone. I either do the minimum I can get away with, or sometimes I don't even do that. I knew from the beginning there would be lots of work and I looked forward to it, but I had no idea that this was going to happen,
I know I must just get through every day, but how do I get the joy back again?
I'm getting married next year to the love of my life. However, due to the wedding and family interfering I've been stressed out lately. I've been on edge and so has my fiancé and we've snapped at each other. What can you recommend that I can do to help me deal with the situation?