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Stress Management: Are You a Burnout?


Stress management is important for physical and psychological well-being.  Chronic stress, ill-managed, can lead to burnout.  There are three stages of burnout.  The first stage of burnout is physical fatigue, when you have body aches and feel tired most of the time.  The second stage of burnout is psychological fatigue, when you suffer from mindlessness and thoughtlessness.  Finally, the […]

Stress Management: Are You a Burnout?2020-03-20T12:46:12-05:00

Stress Management: How Can I Manage My Emotions?


When we are in stressful situations, it seems like we have a hard time controlling our emotions.  Sometimes we say things that we wish we could take back.  It’s tough to manage our emotions.

The key to managing emotions and responding appropriately is to monitor the stages of listening.

First, all information simply comes through our senses.  It’s raw data.  No […]

Stress Management: How Can I Manage My Emotions?2020-03-20T12:46:12-05:00

Stress Management: How Do You Find Delight In Delays?

Is your schedule full and your stress level high?  Do you have any time for distractions or delays?  When others drop the ball, does it blow your stack?   Often we don’t have room in our calendars for disruptions.  How can we respond more effectively to delays?

When we get stuck in traffic, or the flight is delayed, or the train […]

Stress Management: How Do You Find Delight In Delays?2020-03-20T12:46:12-05:00

Stress Management: What’s the Big Deal?


You’ve heard about this stress management stuff for years.  It is important to have a few techniques to use throughout the day to manage the stress.

Did you know, in 30 percent of cases, what the first sign of heart disease is?

Sudden cardiac death – a heart attack.

There are many benefits to managing stress:  reductions in occurrences of and the […]

Stress Management: What’s the Big Deal?2019-12-12T13:25:20-05:00
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