Authored by William G. DeFoore, Ph.D.
These stress management strategies are specifically designed to help you prevent anger management problems, anxiety symptoms, and early depression warning signs. Outside pressures can cause stress, and emotional reactions can make it much worse.
Learning to manage your emotions is the key to stress management. Most emotional problems result from issues with anger, fear (anxiety) and sorrow.
You're going to learn all you need to know here about healing and dealing with these three areas of stress in your life.
Did you know that stress is behind 80-90% of all medical problems? It's true, according to Dr. Paul Rosch, head of the American Institute of Stress.
So, keep reading to learn how to be healthier and happier with these stress management strategies.
All emotions are healthy, but you have to know how to deal with them. Unexpressed pain and sorrow can be a huge source of stress, so one of the best stress management strategies is to learn the 7 stages of grief and how to grieve in healthy ways. Here is a process to follow:
Fear, like all of the other emotions, has a purpose and a function. Most folks think it's a sign of weakness, when in fact it has survival value. Let's take a look at what you can do to get your fear to work for you instead of against you.
Anger is the big bug-a-boo of the emotions--most people just think it's bad! However, all good stress management strategies have to include some good anger management tools. Let's look at some now:
So, there you go. That should give you all you need to know and do to get started dealing with the stress in your life. Remember to believe in your good heart and never, ever give up on you!
Learn even more stress management strategies here.
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