I recently received a great stress tip from a reader. It was written from a self-described "Type A" personality, discussing what works best for him. (Read about it here.) What I loved about it was it was written from someone fully embracing his challenges and working around them for stress management. That post inspired the content of this newsletter. Whether you're "Very Type-A", slightly so, or not at all, you should find something here that can help! You can also join us for more on the Facebook Page About Stress Management, and have a great week! -Elizabeth
Do you think you have a "Type A" personality, and find it difficult to identify stress relief strategies that work for you? Here's a list of several stress relief techniques that can help you feel less stressed, while using Type A traits to your advantage, or at least working with them instead of against them.
Not sure if your personality traits could be described as "Type A", and to what degree? Take this quiz! It helps you briefly examine different aspects of your personality, see what qualifies as "Type A", and find resources to relieve related stress.
Knowing how different personality traits can impact stress levels, many people wonder, "What type of personality do I have?" and how these traits may be affecting stress levels. These stress quizzes and assessments can help you to better understand yourself and your relationship with stress, and find resources for effective stress management.