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“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” — Anais Nin
“(t)he antidote to exhaustion is not necessarily rest … (it) is wholeheartedness.” — David Whyte
“Every pearl is the oyster’s small victory over irritation.” — Anon
“Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.” — Art Linkletter
Begin by analyzing your own style and personality. Are you impatient, hurried, frustrated with others, and trying to do several things at the same time (called stacking)? Take you own pulse – you may be the very model of burn-out. Your actions set the tone for the prevailing work model. Breathe, take stockof what’s important, and get a life.
Ask yourself if you are:
If any of these symptoms of stress describe you, read on for some tips from the experts.
Read on for more details and his cure How to Keep Stress and Tension From Ruining Your Holiday Season.
A one-hour PowerPoint to download and use in Stress Management Training: Stress Stop.
Your one-stop guide to stress resources Stress and Stress Management.
A collection of stress tests/resources: Stress Self-Test Resources and Experts.
A resource for relieving stress and enjoying life: StressCure.
The Job Stress Network of the Center for Social Epidemiology: Job Stress Network.
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