Tag Archives | stress

Coping

We are definitely living in a time of “high anxiety” and “uncertainty” both in economics and health. Never before, in my lifetime, and I’m just shy of 60, have I ever had to think twice before heading out the door to do even the simplest of chores. We go through a checklist when we head […]

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Stress is like Junk Food

At this time of year I usually post about New Year’s Resolutions. The following post has some relevance to a new beginning. It’s about a bad habit many of us try to do better at when the calendar turns to a new year. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. May you go through 2020 with less […]

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Are You A Worry Wart?

“There is a big difference between giving up and letting go.  Giving up means selling yourself short.  It means allowing fear and struggle to limit your opportunities and keep you stuck.  Letting go means freeing yourself from something that is no longer serving you.  Giving up reduces your life.  Letting go expands it.  Giving up […]

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Anger

“Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured”.  Mark Twain Anger is a normal response to stress, unfortunate events, being unorganized, possible threats etc.  There are many things in our lives which could stir up the emotional response […]

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