Jesse McClelland MD

20
Apr

How Single-Tasking Can Boost Productivity

You’re at work, and you’ve got a lot on your plate. You’re answering emails, talking on the phone, and typing up a report simultaneously. It seems like you’re getting a lot done, but are you really? In our fast-paced, constantly-connected world, it’s no wonder that multitasking has become the norm. In some situations, it seems unavoidable. You might be up

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17
Mar

5 Tips To Help Manage A Short Temper

When you’re quick-tempered, it might be hard to believe that most people can relate. But anger gets the best of us (of all of us), and it brings out the worst in us. One minute you’re calm and in control; the next, you’re yelling or throwing something into a wall. When everything feels like it’s spinning out of control, it’s

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17
Jan

Decision Fatigue is Real – Here’s What To Do About It

It’s 8:00 a.m. on a Wednesday. You went back and forth for so long over what gym class to take during lunch that by 8:30 a.m., it hits you – decision fatigue! You’ll still go to the gym because, well, you already put in all that effort to plan. After all, you couldn’t pick a class that would make you

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1
Jan

What Does Untreated ADHD in Adults Look Like?

ADHD is often thought of as a childhood disorder because it is more common in children, and, in many ways, symptoms can be more apparent. If you think about it, it’s far easier to notice a child struggling to wait their turn in line or who can’t keep from fidgeting and chatting — especially when concerned parents or teachers are

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25
Nov

Finding Purpose in Life and Why It Matters

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Chances are someone has asked you that question before. But maybe it’s time that we start asking a new question, answering only for ourselves this time.  Who do you want to be when you grow up? Better yet, who do you want to be at this very moment? Your purpose

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1
Nov

How To Find Calm In Chaos

Many of us live in a state of high anxiety and stress because we’re afraid that if we stop trying so hard that things will fall apart. Still, we want so badly to find a sense of calm because we know that calm is the one thing that can help us “keep it together.” So we scramble to make it

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15
Sep

How to Stop Procrastinating and Start Getting Things Done

If you came here looking for advice on how to stop procrastinating, you’ve already taken the first critical step. When it comes to procrastination, the important part isn’t only the initiative you take to find help to resolve it. Rather, it is your ability, to be honest with yourself. Both steps speak for themselves, demonstrating your aspiration to want something

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30
Aug

Stop And Smell the Roses by Tapping Into Your Senses

Have you ever had someone in your life remind you to “stop and smell the roses”? Perhaps this particular phrase had an impact on you. Maybe it inspired you to slow down during a time in life where you were moving too quickly. As you reflected on all the days you had spent confined in your busy reality, you had

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15
Aug

Drifting Away From Hope? TMS Therapy Can Help

When you suffer from an advanced mental health disorder, ‘hope’ can become an overused term over time. Maybe you started out looking for hope. But now, you are just looking for solutions. You know that it’s important to have hope, but it isn’t easy because you only find more of the same in your search for solutions. Perhaps at one

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31
Jul

5 Ways to Reconnect with Others

In the process of cultivating and nurturing relationships with friends and family, we also nurture ourselves. Social wellbeing is just one integral element of overall wellness, but it matters tremendously. At least, we are starting to understand that better now. Due to limited social interactions and remote work through quarantine, many friendships that were going smoothly are now strained. However,

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