Happy New Year 2012!
Happy New Year!
I hope 2012 is a good year for everyone. Here’s to hoping that the global economy will start to make a stronger rebound, and people will find work again. May your year be full of the things that bring you the most joy and happiness, whether it be family, success, a new job, or relief from pain — or some combination of all of the above.
The staff and family here at Psych Central wish you a very prosperous one in whatever you do.
And if you need a little help with your resolutions or making the most of your New Year, please check out our annual New Year’s Guide. Here are a few of our latest blog entries from across the Psych Central Blog Network to help you with your resolutions this year…
- A Small, Good Resolution: Stop Lying (Even the “White” Lies)
(Always Learning) – A big part of my identity is rooted in thinking of myself as a kind, caring, gentle and optimistic person… one who says supportive, positive things… a Tigger, not an Eeyore.
- My New Year’s Wish for Folks with Depression…
(Depression on My Mind) – Today I interviewed a woman about the National Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count. The annual bird count is like a massive flash mob for bird lovers.
- Goodbye 2011 ~ An ADHD New Years Perspective
(ADHD Man of Distraction) – I was going to write a post about New Years Resolutions. Then I thought I’d write about what I would have done differently over the last year. Then…
- Make Some New Year’s Unresolutions
(Anxiety and OCD Exposed) – As we approach another New Year, people are writing and talking about the tradition of New Year’s Resolutions. A couple of days ago Chuck wrote a blog about questions you should ask yourself before making a list of resolutions.
- New Year’s ‘Micro-resolutions’ For the Anxious and Panicky
(Panic About Anxiety) – Let’s make some micro-resolutions, shall we? They’re like teeny tiny resolutions. Like fun-sized candy or something.
- Lessons From The Book Of 2011. And Learnings For Life
(The Therapist Within) – For many people I know (and for myself at times), 2011 has been quite a hard year. It’s held times of real challenge, times of worry, times of loss.
- New Year’s Resolutions: Eight Questions to Answer First
(Anxiety and OCD Exposed) – Now is the time that most people start thinking about what resolutions they want to make for the New Year. But before you undertake that task, you’d be well advised to reflect back on this past year first.
- Why Resolutions to Diet or Lose Weight Don’t Work
(Weightless) – Every year, many of us, very many of us, resolve to shed pounds by dieting or exercising most days per week. We resolve to be rigid and strict with ourselves. We resolve to rein ourselves in.
Grohol, J. (2012). Happy New Year 2012!. Psych Central. Retrieved on May 30, 2015, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2012/01/01/happy-new-year-2012/