SATURDAY OCTOBER 29, 12PM
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A significant portion of U.S. working adults say that their current job impacts their health, saying they believe their current job affects their overall health, family life, social life, stress level, weight, eating habits, and sleeping habits. Almost half of all working adults give their workplace only fair or poor ratings in its efforts to reduce their stress. Read more »
A few weeks ago the guys at EnAble Japan came to TELL to interview our Lifeline Director, Vickie Skorji. Read more »
TELL mental health counselor Machi Taniguchi is working with a publisher to translate “When Someone in the Family Drinks Too Much” into Japanese, and she has set up a crowdfunding website to help cover costs. Read more »
Yoon Ki was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii and studied psychology at Harvard University. Read more »
The Kobe Club, Kobe
Friday, October 14th, 7:00pm
About the topic: Anger is an emotion with a bad press - and that’s because very few people manage it effectively. Sara Hitchens will discuss the psychology and physiology of anger and how parents can actively teach their children to express this healthy emotion in a way that works for, not against them.
On September 10th, join TELL and others around the world in taking action to combat suicides in our communities and focus public attention on the unacceptable burden and costs of lives lost every day. This year, the 2016 theme of World Suicide Prevention Day is “Connect, Communicate, Care,” symbolized by the launch of the hand-holding awareness ribbon.Read more »