What's Your Stress Personality Type?

There seem to be 4 types of people when it comes to stress. Let’s have some brutal honesty here, which type of person are you?

  1. The Life-Natural. These people are calm, content, happy, and satisfied. Life can hand out the ups and downs,...
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Don't Speak Your Mind...Do This Instead

When I was growing up, I was raised with the guidance, “If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” It taught me to hold my tongue and be polite as a kid. But now in adulthood sometimes “not saying anything...

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3 Myths of Self-Care

You’ve likely heard this line. It seems to be the go-to suggestion for anyone who is dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, or any other mental, emotional, or even physical issue.

Self-care.

“Do you have stress? Oh, you need more...

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What Do You Do With Your Time?

I have a story to share with you. This story isn’t mine. It comes from Matthew Kelly’s The Rhythm of Life. It was just so good I had to share.

Once upon a time there was an investment banker. He lived in New York, was...

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11 Surprising Ways Stress is Affecting Your Business's Bottom Line

Stress is affecting your organization, team, group, or workplace. There is no doubt about it. Stress affects relationships, leadership, teamwork, and individual wellbeing, but in this article, we are talking about how stress is affecting the...

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5 Tips to Live More Patiently

I am not the most patient person in the world. I’m pretty sure I’m not alone when I confess to getting impatient in line at the grocery store, waiting for traffic to move along, waiting for other people to do this or that, or waiting...

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How to Tell If You're Stressed

Everybody knows somebody who is stressed. But while it’s easy to identify when someone else is stressed, it’s not always that easy to tell if YOU are stressed. Consider these questions to find out.

Irritability. Do you have a short...

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Of Mountains and Molehills

For those of you who don’t know me, I love God’s creatures. From horses to earthworms, from birds to bees, I love them all.

Well, almost all of them. I have a nemesis. Moles.

Those little buggers. I can’t come up with one good...

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Breaking the Stress Habit

 

We typically feel negative emotions. The more we feel them, the more "engrained" they become in our physiology.

Like walking through a meadow. Walk through it once and you can't tell that you've been there. Walk through it on the same path over...

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Why You Shouldn't Cope with Stress

There’s some popular advice that is tossed about online, in doctor’s offices, among friends and family that is causing more harm than good.

Here’s what the so-called experts are telling you:

You need to learn to cope with stress....

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