A great deal of stress can be eliminated by the simple strategy of self-acceptance. Self-acceptance is a huge key for life success and is a gate-keeper for stress reduction. When you accept yourself as you are, you eliminate the inner conflict that fuels so much of your stress. Read this article for three practical ways to accept yourself more fully and reduce inner conflict and stress.
Ten simple strategies to keep stress at bay.
By Irene Conlan – Here’s what I believe: Healthy people rarely get angry. In this part I show you that toxic anger is a byproduct of a toxic lifestyle. If you’re on the edge of stress burnout, if your daily diet consists mainly of caffeine and alcohol (with some nicotine thrown in for good measure!) […]
By Gladys M. Anderson – You always have the power to say to no any request just as others have the power to say no to your requests. When you say no to a request for money, time, gifts or commitments, you are in essence asserting your power and authenticity. Guilt is not a part […]
By Irene Conlan – I found an article about stress which I though would be interesting for this blog. However, I reached the end of the article to discover it was no more than an advertisement for a “getaway” place – albeit, a lovely sounding place. The author’s opening paragraphs are worth reading and so […]
By Dr Jeff Bailey – I want to address the issue of getting to know yourself. For a lot of people, this can be very stressful. I was at a party recently where people knew I was a psychologist. I was introduced to the wife of a guy I had been talking to for the […]
By Glenn Ebersole – The new year resets the calendar and it is a good time to look at managing the stress of a new year and the changes it will bring. A little stress is actually something positive until it elevates itself into being overwhelming. So, How can we manage the stress of change […]
By Beverly Coggins It’s very easy to abuse your health during the holiday season – parties, rich food, a busier schedule, and less time for exercise. Here are a few suggestions for maintaining your health: – Don’t go to a party hungry. Eat something before you go so you’re not ravenous. Think ahead of time […]
By Irene Conlan – It’s holiday time again and people are already getting stressed. The economy is up and down and many are wondering what to do about holiday spending. We’re coming to the end of the year and quotas and budgets need to be met and the pressure is on. The kids are hoping […]
Have you ever wondered why some people put so much stress on themselves? You know the Type A personality that is under constant stress, loading themselves up with work, all under severe and near impossible time constraints. Sometimes you marvel at their abilities but then you recognize their sacrifice to their lives, loved ones and their health. Often what these people are doing is putting themselves under an artificial sense of time urgency.