Tag: stress management

Why Self-Care is Hard and How to Ease Into It

  Self-care is an overused buzzword but it hasn’t sunken into a habit for most people. As a Life Coach in the mental health field, I find that many people genuinely want to practice self-care but they struggle with it. I believe there are multiple reasons for this. Self-care is hard for many people because: […]

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Why Hope is Exhausting and What to do Instead

  Hope is an interesting emotion. It can be someone’s lifeline in moving forward but it can also be the exact thing holding them back. In this article, I’m going to show you how to differentiate between upward hope and downward hope. I will also share what you can do if you find yourself engaging […]

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Self-Care Tips to Ease Your Travel Stress

  Airports are getting more and more crowded as people are flying to their desired destinations. Travel season is peaking and so is the stress around it. If this is you, keep reading for tips to ease your own travel stress. Being a travel lover, I’ve never particularly enjoyed the travel process. Except for my […]

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How To Deal With Negativity at Work by @Barbclifford

  by Barbara Clifford | Featured Contributor   When we are stressed, we become less effective with out time. Our mind and energy is being stolen away by something that it playing on our mind. For professional working women, that can also originate from dealing with negative work environments or people.  A toxic work environment […]

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How to identify Dangerous Stress Triggers by @Barbclifford

by Barbara Clifford People seek the total elimination of stress like Nirvana, yet this will always be an unrealistic aspiration as stress is essential for us to survive. Many forget that Stress is vital in the function of flight or fight. In fact Hans Selye, an endocrinologist was one of the pioneers in identifying stress and […]

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5 Ways to Get Out of a Stressful Situation by @TheCarmenJacob

by Carmen Jacob Stress is as if you are going to the shop and buy two pounds of sugar and then, go home on foot. The first few yards, your bag is two pounds; but after a while, it seems heavier and heavier. Your hands start hurting, and your mind begins to bully you: “Why […]

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