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July 29, 2015 at 11:17PM
Here we raise awareness about all things related to stress, its prevention, management, and reduction. Feel free to contribute your thoughts, insights, and experiences to help us all live a little (or a lot) more stress free.
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All stress begins with a thought. It isn’t what’s happening “out there” that initiates the stress response. It’s how we interpret what’s happening “out there” that causes us to become stressed or not. We call this a perception of a threat. If we think this situation will lead to some kind of pain (emotional, mental, spiritual, or physical), we turn on the stress response automatically to prepare for the potential pain. The potential pain is what we call a “threat.” Prevention of stress, then, is best done by focusing on our thoughts, by changing how we think about those things we think are threatening.
This first Blog looks directly at our thoughts and some things we can ask ourselves to help us prevent stress:
All of these things will be treated as we explore this exciting field of study that relates directly to you and me.
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