Tag: stress

Caregiver Stress: 4 Ways to Take Care of Yourself

This is a guest post by Mango Health for Lantern. In the past year, about 43.5 million adults in the United States provided unpaid care to an adult or a child according to an AARP research report, and roughly one in five of the people surveyed identified themselves as caregivers. While many of us spend […]


Lantern launches stress program to teach people how to manage stress, provide support

Today, Lantern announced the release of our stress track, designed to give individuals affordable access to skills and support to manage stress in healthy, effective ways. The stress track is the third emotional health track Lantern has developed to date, and will help people reach their potential in many facets of their lives. Lantern also […]


How to break your stressful commuting habits

You probably dread your frustrating nightmare of a commute. Whether you’re inching your car along in heavy traffic or packed into a train, it doesn’t take long for stress levels to rise. Research shows just how unpleasant and stressful people find commuting. In a 2004 study, over 900 employed women were asked how much they […]


How I taught myself and others ways to cope with stress: Q&A with Headstand Director Katherine Priore Ghannam

Katherine Priore Ghannam wasn’t prepared for the crippling stress she felt during her first year teaching. She developed anxiety around the upcoming school weeks and worried that she’d pass her stress to her students. Those first four months of teaching were pretty tough emotionally. Then Katherine discovered yoga and mindfulness. Yoga made her feel emotionally […]


How I overcame the guilt and stress of being a working mom

I was in the peak of the career race to the top within the highly competitive advertising industry when I had my two daughters. Excitement about being a mom and about my affinity for my career were both so fresh in my early thirties that I wasn’t clear on how to do both things well—or […]