A new sense of gratitude

In 2021, giving thanks is different.  In November, Thanksgiving gives us the opportunity to stop and reflect on the people and events that have made a difference in…
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A season of thanks

Expressing gratitude is good for you. AS I REFLECT on the Thanksgiving season, I think about how thankful I am for my many nursing colleagues and their constant…
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Building your resiliency

With perspective and a few tools, turn failure to your benefit. Takeaways:  Failure to achieve a goal can lead to doubts about our skills and abilities.  Adopting an…
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Gratitude interventions for nurses

Innovate and track the outcomes. By Karen Gabel Speroni, PhD, BSN, MHSA, RN Gratitude is a simple concept that we’re all familiar with, but it may be difficult…

The compassion balance

Try these techniques to help maintain satisfaction in work and life. This content is for Digital Access and Print Plus subscribers only. Get Digital Access for just $14.97/yr!…

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