Stress Management and Relief

Dealing With Stress

Apr 23 2004 - 11:54pm

It is important then to find ways to minimize stress and deal with the stress we are exposed to. Below are some suggestions for dealing with stress.

Life without stress would be a very dull and unexciting existence. Stress adds spice, challenge and opportunity to life. Too much stress, however, can have significant negative effects on your physical and mental well- being. It is important then to find ways to minimize stress and deal with the stress we are exposed to. Below are some suggestions for dealing with stress.

Three Effective Ways to Reduce Stress

Apr 5 2004 - 9:47pm

About $300 billion a year is lost due to stress-related reduced productivity, absenteeism, insurance cost, health-related programs, and employee dissatisfaction. Reduce stress through the I AM principle.

About $300 billion a year is lost due to stress-related reduced productivity, absenteeism, insurance cost, health-related programs, and employee dissatisfaction. Reduce stress through the I AM principle.

Source: 
Dr. Michael G. Rayel

Transforming Anger Into Creativity

Mar 29 2004 - 4:29pm

One way of managing stress is turning anger into creativity. Don't fight, don't condemn, use the hot fire of anger and transform it into the coolness of compassion.

One way of managing stress is turning anger into creativity. Don't fight, don't condemn, use the hot fire of anger and transform it into the coolness of compassion.

Myths and Facts About Anger

Mar 29 2004 - 1:50pm

Learn about the myths and facts about anger and understand this most common emmotion that people have. Not all anger is unhealthy or destructive and not all angry people yell or scream.

Learn about the myths and facts about anger and understand this most common emmotion that people have. Not all anger is unhealthy or destructive and not all angry people yell or scream.

Source: 
Pauline Wallin, Ph.D

Being Self-Employed Brings You a Whole New Level of Stress Management

Mar 18 2004 - 12:18am

Being self-employed, or freelancing is a truly unique environment in which to work. Basically, you wake up every morning and "reinvent the wheel." That means that you begin every day knowing that you'll be required to provide your customers with something they feel that they can't live without. That's not an easy thing for your stress level to handle.

Being self-employed, or freelancing is a truly unique environment in which to work. Basically, you wake up every morning and "reinvent the wheel." That means that you begin every day knowing that you'll be required to provide your customers with something they feel that they can't live without. That's not an easy thing for your stress level to handle.

Source: 
Kate Smalley

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