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Lifetime Lockdown? 40% Of Americans Will Avoid Public Spaces Long After Coronavirus Pandemic Ends

Lifetime Lockdown? 40% Of Americans Will Avoid Public Spaces Long After Coronavirus Pandemic Ends

Here’s hoping you enjoyed the last movie or concert you attended, because if the results of a new survey are accurate, it may be a long, long time before such events are ever popular again. According to the research, 40% of Americans plan to avoid public spaces unless “absolutely necessary” long after the coronavirus pandemic has subsided.

The survey, commissioned by Vital Vio, asked 1,000 U.S. adults about how they envision every day life in the wake of the coronavirus. All in all, it looks like there are suddenly a whole lot more germaphobes in the land of the free. Over four in five (82%) said they are now more aware of, and concerned about, cleaning protocols in public areas. Additionally, 58% are more suspicious about their friends’ and family’s hygiene habits. Next year’s Thanksgiving could get interesting.

Even among those who said they will return to public spaces eventually, it isn’t going to happen immediately. A third will wait a few weeks, and 26% will wait one or two months. Some respondents (16%) went so far as to say that they’re unsure if they’ll ever feel comfortable out in public again.
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Hosted by Dr. John Huber, Mainstream Mental Health Radio (featured on the Mental Health News Radio network) covers today’s top headlines pertaining to psychology. The program also offers insight and advice on how individuals can bring about lasting positive changes in their lives. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mainstreammentalhealth

About Dr. John Huber
Texas Based – Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mental Health Perspectives: How to cope with quarantine fatigue

How to cope with quarantine fatigue

In March, social distancing restrictions took effect across the U.S., and stay-home messages filled my social media feed. I saw lots of appeals to flatten the curve, charts showing how to stop the spread and photos of fun family activities.

But, we’re two months into lockdown now. The weather is getting nicer, and we’re tired of staying home.

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Hosted by Dr. John Huber, Mainstream Mental Health Radio (featured on the Mental Health News Radio network) covers today’s top headlines pertaining to psychology. The program also offers insight and advice on how individuals can bring about lasting positive changes in their lives. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mainstreammentalhealth

About Dr. John Huber
Texas Based – Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mental Health Perspectives: Will Suicides Increase If The Pandemic Continues Longer Than Expected?

Trump Says There Will Be ‘Suicides By The Thousands’ If The US Coronavirus Shutdown Continues

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that there will be “suicides by the thousands” if entire sectors of the US economy remain shutdown in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus that threatens to overwhelm hospitals.

STORY LINK: https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-suicides-by-thousands-if-coronavirus-shutdown-continues-2020-3

Hosted by Dr. John Huber, Mainstream Mental Health Radio (featured on the Mental Health News Radio network) covers today’s top headlines pertaining to psychology. The program also offers insight and advice on how individuals can bring about lasting positive changes in their lives. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mainstreammentalhealth

About Dr. John Huber
Texas Based – Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mental Health Perspectives: How To Protect Your Mental Health During The Coronavirus Pandemic

How To Protect Your Mental Health During The Coronavirus Pandemic

As news about the coronavirus outbreak continues to dominate the headlines and millions of people—in the U.S. and the world over—are being asked to self-quarantine, it has become increasingly significant to pay as much attention to our mental health as we do to our physical health.

Sample Questions

What are some of the ways that people can reduce their fear during the coronavirus pandemic?

What are the short and long psychological effects of people having much less interaction with each other due to “social distancing”?

What do you think are some of the mental health challenges that a person who is quarantined (on a cruise ship now for example) faces?

Do you think that it is important for your mental well being to experience nature and different outdoor environments?

Hosted by Dr. John Huber, Mainstream Mental Health Radio (featured on the Mental Health News Radio network) covers today’s top headlines pertaining to psychology. The program also offers insight and advice on how individuals can bring about lasting positive changes in their lives. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.

About Dr. John Huber
Texas Based – Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.

About Kristin Walker
Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

The Psychology of Working Remotely

Teresa Douglas who was recently featured on CNN Business, Forbes, Fortune and more (see links below) on the topic of Working Remotely

As the Coronavirus spreads, and employees are suddenly forced to work from home, I wanted to introduce you to Teresa Douglas, author of a new book, Working Remotely.

This respected workplace expert is available to offer essential strategies on how to successfully Work from Home – which is proving to be a challenge for many given that technology doesn’t always work and children sometimes get in the way of being productive.

Douglas discusses:

Your Workspace: Tools to Effectively Get the Job Done
Getting what you need from Colleagues spread across the World
Coronavirus Stress: Work / Life Wellness
Physical & Mental Health Strategies
Warding off toxic levels of loneliness / depression

Hosted by Dr. John Huber, Mainstream Mental Health Radio (featured on the Mental Health News Radio network) covers today’s top headlines pertaining to psychology. The program also offers insight and advice on how individuals can bring about lasting positive changes in their lives. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.

About Dr. John Huber
Texas Based – Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.

Mental Health Perspectives: What Are The Psychological Effects Of Social Distancing & Being Quarantined?

Coronavirus: What Are The Psychological Effects Of Social Distancing & Being Quarantined?

Political leaders in the democratic world are grappling with a difficult balancing act in a bid to contain the coronavirus: when to pull the trigger on measures like closing schools and canceling public gatherings (known as “social distancing”).

STORY LINK: https://www.wsj.com/articles/social-distancing-is-new-coronavirus-buzz-phrase-does-it-work-11583524419

Cancelled weekend plans and unanswered text messages always tend to sting from a psychological perspective, but now a new study finds that days and nights spent all alone may cause us physical pain as well. Researchers at the University of Surrey and Brunel University London say that social isolation may lead to increased bodily inflammation.

STORY LINK: https://www.studyfinds.org/separation-stings-study-finds-social-isolation-may-cause-physical-inflammation/

Sample Questions

What are the short and long psychological effects of people having much less interaction with each other due to “social distancing”?

What do you think are some of the mental health challenges that a person who is quarantined (on a cruise ship now for example) faces?

Do you think that it is important for your mental wellbeing to experience nature and different outdoor environments?

Hosted by Dr. John Huber, Mainstream Mental Health Radio (featured on the Mental Health News Radio network) covers today’s top headlines pertaining to psychology. The program also offers insight and advice on how individuals can bring about lasting positive changes in their lives. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.

About Dr. John Huber
Texas Based – Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals.

About Kristin Walker
Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network.
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Mental Health Perspectives: Why So Many Of Us Make New Year’s Resolutions But, Never Keep Them

Mental Health Perspectives with Dr. John Huber and Kristin Walker

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Why So Many Of Us Make New Year’s Resolutions But, Never Keep Them

According to U.S. News & World Report, 80 % of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. A study by Richard Wiseman from the University of Bristol involving 3,000 people showed that 88% of those who set New Year resolutions fail, despite the fact that 52% of the study’s participants were confident of success at the beginning. The University of Scranton’s research suggests that just 8% of people achieve their New Year’s goals which means 92% of resolutions fail.

Sample Questions

What are some of the main reasons why may people have a hard time keeping their New Year’s Resolutions?

If you fail to keep your resolutions year after year, do you think that it can cause long term damage to your confidence?

What are three things that a person can do to improve their mental health in 2020?

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Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

Kristin Sunanta Walker is CEO or everythingEHR and the MHNR Network (www.everythingehr.com).
Kristin has been working within the health care field for more than two decades. She started out in medical billing for an Urgent Care center in Southern California. Kristin is also the host of Mental Health News Radio. She has interviewed leaders in the behavioral health community such as CEO’s of technology companies, counselors, best-selling authors, and global experts in the field of Behavioral Health. Her show is downloaded in over 171 countries and continues its reach with inspiring guests from every corner of the world.

Transforming Corporate Ecosystems Through Conscious Leadership with Tom Eddington

Eddington Advisory: Transforming Corporate Ecosystems Through Conscious Leadership

When illness struck Tom Eddington, this titan of global mergers transformed his life and work to become one of Silicon Valley’s most renowned business advisors
At the top of his corporate career, Tom Eddington was working 70+ hours a week juggling multi-million dollar clients, managing global mergers including HP/Compaq and Chevron/Texaco, and consulting with leaders in 35 countries while pursuing a master’s degree. He was also averaging four hours of sleep a night and experiencing brain fog and periodic bouts of temporary blindness.

“I would be driving to a meeting and I would just pull the car over because I couldn’t see,” he recalls. “I would just wait for a half hour, 45 minutes, whatever it took for my eyes to restore, and then I would just keep going.”

Tom moved from the UK where he and his family were living back to the United States, cut his workload from three full-time jobs to one, and tried to keep working, but the spells of blindness worsened. Unable to ignore his body’s warning signs any longer, he visited multiple doctors before being diagnosed with a severe bacterial infection.

At age 44, Tom found himself unable to work. Since his work was his life, he found he had also lost his identity.

Through four years of “fighting not to die,” Tom changed his life. He began exercising, meditating, and pursuing holistic healing. Today he’s found new life and health advising other C-suite leaders how to overcome toxic stress and build thriving global enterprises. The solution: conscious leadership.
Conscious Leadership: Connecting the brain, heart and gut
In 2011, with a lifetime of insights in business and personal growth, Tom started his own consulting practice, Eddington Advisory Services, to help leaders explore their lives and work in a profound way. His work focuses on supporting leaders to help them:

* Solve organizational challenges;
* Foster innovative, strategic thinking that bridges to the future; and
* Turn creative ideas into reality.

The principles that Tom teaches to create thriving organizations are not generally taught in business schools. Traditional business leadership emphasizes intellect and drive. Conscious leadership focuses on helping leaders develop emotional intelligence, body intelligence, and – in Tom’s body of work – a connection to heart and spirit.

“The brain is there to serve, analyze, and interpret what the gut is telling us, and the heart is where the brain and gut meet,” he says. ”The journey I take my clients on is to get them to move from their brains to their gut, and then to integrate their heart, their brain, and their gut.”

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health, a non-profit organization that brings lasting and positive change to the lives of individuals that suffer from mental health issues. A mental health professional for over twenty years, Dr. Huber is a Clinical Forensic Psychologist, and he is a practitioner with privileges at two long term acute care hospitals. Dr. Huber has appeared on over three hundred top tier radio shows (NBC Radio, CBS, Fox News Radio) and thirty national television programs (ABC, NBC, Spectrum News). In addition Dr. Huber is the host of “Mainstream Mental Health Radio” which is heard nationwide and features interviews with today’s top mental health professionals.

Pandemic Fears Grow As New Coronavirus Spreads

Pandemic Fears Grow As New Coronavirus Spreads

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday postponed a decision to declare a global public health emergency over a new viral illness which has spread across China and reached the United States.

“The decision about whether or not to declare a public health emergency of international concern is one I take extremely seriously, and one I am only prepared to make with appropriate consideration of all the evidence,” said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

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Nearly 9 In 10 Parents Feel Teens Spend Too Much Time On Video Games

While plenty of people can still remember a time before video games, home consoles aren’t exactly a new concept anymore. These devices have been around for decades at this point, and an entire generation who once spent countless hours with their Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis are adults. So, now that millions of once-upon-a-time teenage gamers are raising children themselves, it’s plausible to assume they’ll be more accepting of their kids playing video games than their parents may have been ten or twenty years ago.

Interestingly, according to the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health, that isn’t the case. Roughly nine in 10 (86%) of surveyed parents say they believe teens today are spending too much time playing video games. The research consisted of 963 parents with at least one child between the ages of 13-18.

However, that’s not to say modern parents aren’t completely down on video games; 71% believe that video games can actually have a positive influence on their own children.

Among the poll’s other results, one finding that sticks out is the revelation that many parents with children who spend excessive time gaming seem to have convinced themselves that their kids’ habits aren’t any worse than their peers. Among parents who reported their teen plays video games every day, 54% say their teen does so for over three hours on a daily basis. Of that group, only 13% believe their teen spends more time gaming than their friends or classmates, and 78% think their child games less than their peers.

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Workaholic Epidemic: 4 In 10 Adults Just ‘Can’t Stop’ Working

Life is all about balance, and one of the most important balancing acts of any adult’s day-to day existence is separating work life and home life. Unfortunately, many modern workers just don’t know when to take a break — even if they’re home and the workday, for all intents and purposes, is over. That’s the main finding from a new survey of 2,000 British employees that found a staggering 40% just cannot stop working.

The survey, commissioned by SPANA, also found that many current employees (one in six) spend more than 11 hours a week focusing on their job while outside the office — typically by checking their emails or making calls.

Overall, almost half of those surveyed said they enjoy their work, but 65% said they hate their habit of constantly focusing on their job. Only three percent said they actually leave their office each day when their shift is supposed to end.

Other workaholic symptoms included never taking a lunch break, working on weekends, and consistently being the last employee to leave the office every day. Workaholics also often ignore their families, feel anxious when not focusing on work, and actually end up talking to their bosses more than their spouse!

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