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Tag: stress

Don’t give away your power

Don’t give away your power

Don’t give away your power, it will weaken you over time. How do we give away our power? We do it without even realising it many times. Others want us to do things their way. They try manipulation. This can come in the form of […]

Thoughts about stress

Thoughts about stress

  Thoughts about stress Stress costs the economy billions and it’s not gong anywhere. Stress is increasing and it a major cause of absence from work. When stress isn’t dealt with effectively, it can lead to severe anxiety and depression. If we all took the […]

Anxiety and unhelpful behaviours

Anxiety and unhelpful behaviours

  Anxiety and unhealthy behaviour   Suffering from anxiety or any emotional disorder doesn’t make you a bad person. The negative thoughts and emotions can lead us to engaging in unhelpful behaviours that end up maintaining the anxiety instead of diminishing it. Our unhealthy behaviour […]

21 Positive Coping Strategies for Stress

21 Positive Coping Strategies for Stress

  21 Positive Coping Strategies for Stress Stress affects us all. It’s part of modern life but there are ways to manage stress and to embrace it rather than resist it. Here’s how: Abdominal (deep) breathing and relaxation Regular exercise Downtime – take time out […]

7 tips for coping with modern day stress

7 tips for coping with modern day stress

  7 tips for coping with modern day stress Stress is unavoidable in today’s world. There are bills to pay, debt, traffic jams. difficult people, relationship issues – the list is infinite. Finding ways to cope with modern day stress will put you ahead of […]

Anticipatory stress

Anticipatory stress

  Anticipatory stress I’ve noticed with many of my clients that they become stressed when they think about all the chores and duties they have ahead of them. It goes something like this: “First I have to be up by 7am and get ready to […]

Dealing with my anxiety

Dealing with my anxiety

Dealing with my anxiety I never really acknowledged my anxiety for many years. I always felt I was more depressed than anxious but now I realise that anxiety has been a constant companion by my side. I have just learned strategies to help get me […]

Managing Type A behaviour

Managing Type A behaviour

  Managing Type A behaviour 10 steps to manage type A behaviour: Modern society has changed over the last two decades. The pace has increased and so has stress-related illnesses such as coronary heart disease and strokes. We all have different temperaments but for some, […]