Monday, January 23, 2012

About Stress Management: Sex, Stress, and Your Life: Need A Change?

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From Elizabeth Scott, M.S., your Guide to Stress Management
Many people find that their stress levels affect their sex drive. If you find yourself wishing you had more energy for love, this newsletter can help. Learn more about the connection between stress and sex, and find out what you can do to get your libido to the level where you'd like it to be. (For those not in a romantic relationship, or for whom this doesn't apply, you'll also find personality tests that can help you to find stress relief advice that's a perfect fit!) For more, visit the Facebook Page About Stress Management (be sure to "like" for regular updates), follow About_Stress on Twitter, or connect via the brand-new Google Chrome Stress Management page. Enjoy your week! -Elizabeth

Sex, Stress, and Your Life: Need A Change?
Do you feel like your lifestyle had too much of what you don't want (stress) and too little of what you do want (a healthy sex life)? Read on for more about how stress can impact your sex life, and effective advice on what you can do about that.

The Links Between Sex and Stress
How can sex be used as an effective stress reliever? This article lists the stress-relieving benefits of sex, and links to more information on how to turn things around if you find yourself too stressed these days.

What Type of Personality Do You Have?
These free personality tests can not only help you to gain a greater understanding of your personality type, but can point you to stress management resources that are an especially good fit for you and your situation!
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