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Lori Miller

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31 Days of Mental Health MomentsTITLE: 31 Days of Mental Health Moments: A month of daily practices to help you cope with the stress and anxiety of your crazy, busy life

AUTHOR: Lori R. Miller

DATE OF PUBLICATION: December 7, 2019

RETAIL PRICE: $11.99 (Paperback); $7.99 (Ebook)

PAGES: 174

Book Description

Do you ever have those days where you feel overwhelmed and overrun by everything on your plate? Do you feel like if you could just get a minute you could figure out how to feel less anxious and stressed out? Before you can find a minute, you need to find a moment. 31 days of Mental Health Moments helps you do just that.

This daily self-help guide is like a devotion for good mental health. Each day will give you a month of tips and perspectives that you can easily carry into each day for good mental health. Learn how to:

  • Recognize errors in your thinking that can trip you up at home and at work
  • Develop practices to help you stay calm in your most challenging, stressful moments
  • Create rituals to find some sanity in each crazy day
  • Practice giving yourself and others grace.

Each day contains information to help you understand and process the stressors you may encounter each day. Then, each daily moment is followed by actions you can take right now to get your mind focused on healthy behaviors and thoughts.

You’re not obligated to live a crazy, busy life. Use a few moments over the next 31 days to get closer to where you want to go.

Author Bio

Lori R. Miller

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Lori R. Miller is a mental health professional and emotional wellness consultant in Stuart, Fla. She owns a private practice, where she helps her clients effectively handle anxiety, fear, depression and other issues keeping them from the life they want.

Lori entered the psychology field with more than 20 years in the corporate sector in the marketing and communications field. Her first career spanned three industries: retail, healthcare, and energy. She has a unique perspective of the challenges and stress that many are experiencing in the workplace: burnout, anxiety, pressure, stress, fear of change, toxic environments, relationship issues, keeping all the plates spinning and the struggle to be “the best you” in spite of it all.

In December 2019, Lori released her first book, 31 Days of Mental Health Moments. This devotional-style guide book provides tips and strategies to carve out time to focus on good mental health in spite of the crazy, busy world that waits for us each day.

In addition to writing, Lori shares her expertise on living a healthy life through online programs, seminars and consulting. You can find all of Lori’s latest books, articles and videos at

Interview Topics

Anxiety and depression

These are the two most commonly diagnosed mental disorders in the U.S. Each comes with great impact on home and work life. Lori can talk about some of the situations that increase the risk for anxiety and depression as well as strategies to help cope with challenges.

A preventive view of mental health

The last 40  years have seen an increased focus on how to improve your physical health. We set goals each January to help us lose weight, eat healthier, and get annual well being checkups. How do you set goals to improve your mental health with the same kind of intention?

Lori can talk about tactical ways to put the same kind of preventive focus on mental wellness.

Modern life and mental health issues

What are the areas that contribute to the challenges in coping with stress, depression and anxiety? Social media has become the favorite target, but there are other areas of modern life that are decreasing our ability to be resilient to stress and anxiety.

Lori can unpack those issues and discuss ways to claim some control over the crazy, busy life that seems to overwhelm us so easily.

Stress at work

Mental health issues at work is one of the biggest issues facing employers today. While many companies are developing strategies to help their employees find more resources to manage stress, the reality is that 55% of workers in the United States will report feeling stressed today. More and more workers are visiting their primary care doctors for what are really stress-related concerns.

Lori can talk about what employers can do to improve the stress on their teams. But she can also talk about ways individual employees can manage their own stress and still feel satisfied and productive at work.

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