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Chronic Stress: Something to Worry About!

How to Stop Stress in Its Tracks


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I don't seem to have as much stress now that I am retired. Most of the stress that I did have was work related. Guess I have lightened up a lot since then. Report
"Time Management" skills are so important, as are good planning and relaxation skills too. Report
Adult "kids" cause my stress. I can't ground them because they don't live with me! Report
When we think we have stress figured out....a new one comes to challenge us. Report
many good suggestions about and for dealing with stress. I have strategies which work for me Report
Always up for more ways to limit the "stressful times" in my life....Thx Report
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Sometimes trying to remove stressers can cause more stress. Like you've got a bad job with a stupid boss but there aren't any other jobs in town. Report
good info Report
I have witnessed first hand what stress can do to a body. It is vital to find outlets for your stress. Report
Good in depth information on stress Report
Gives me a great understanding of stressors and what it does to our bodies. Thank you. Report
Great article. So much to work on. Report
Great tips, but I already know where my stress is coming from. I pray every day that my grandchildren will make it safely to and from school. I will use some of your tips to offset this stress. Thanks! Report
How true that noting the "stress times" can shed light into the dark spaces of where stress begins for each of s. It helped me when it dawned on me one day long ago while I was working in my lowly position, that my most stressful moments occur when I am stuck "in between ," in a situation where I have responsibility and No Control or choice. Powerless, but expected to satisfy conflicting demands. Knowing that helped me let it float on by.... Report

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