Margarita Tartakovsky is an associate editor at Psych Central, where she writes about everything from ADHD and creativity to bipolar disorder and body image issues. She is also a featured writer for “Weightless,” a body image blog that empowers women, and Beliefnet.com, where she writes about topics such as mindfulness and happiness. She also authors her own blog at MargaritaTartakovsky.com.
Eliz Greene founded the award-winning health and wellness site EmbraceYourHeart.com as a place to share her experiences and provide readers with simple advice and resources to help live their healthiest lives. Greene is also the author of four books, including The Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart, and a public speaker who travels the country motivating her audiences to reduce stress.
A cancer survivor and mother of two, Amanda Enayati is a contributing writer for CNN Health, writing the “Seeking Serenity" column, which covers health topics such as stress, mindfulness and happiness. She has also contributed to NPR, Salon, Reader’s Digestand The Washington Post. Many of Enayati’s articles focus on her battle with breast cancer and her experiences parenting her children and pursuing a healthy life for her family.
Paula Davis-Laack is an internationally-known writer and stress and resilience expert. A blogger for Psychology Today and contributing writer for The Huffington Post, she focuses on managing stress and work, particularly for women in corporate America. Davis-Laack is also the founder and CEO of the Marie Elizabeth Company, an organization devoted to helping busy professionals manage stress, prevent burnout and build habits for more happiness, health and resilience.
Elisha Goldstein, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who practices in West Hollywood, California. He is a contributing writer for The Huffington Post and Psych Central, where he publishes stories on health, mindfulness and reducing stress. Goldstein is also the author of The Now Effect, and creator of the “Mindfulness at Work” program, which is currently being practiced at many multinational businesses.
It is not uncommon for people to experience stress and anxiety during select periods in their lives. Having a positive attitude, taking a balanced approach to life's ups and downs, and using relaxation exercises are just some of t...he ways that people can alleviate stress and anxiety. More