Thursday, January 12, 2012

About Stress Management: What's Stressing Us?

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From Elizabeth Scott, M.S., your Guide to Stress Management
The American Psychological Association (APA) has come out with its anual survey on stress, with some interesting findings. One of the most telling of these findings has to do with what's stressing us. This newsletter shares some of that information, with resources on how to manage that stress. For more stress management help, 'like' the Facebook Page Stress Management and Follow Stress Management On Twitter. Enjoy the rest of your week! -Elizabeth

What's Stressing Us? An APA Survey Sheds Some Fresh Light
Find out what 10 major stressors affect us the most, and what can be done about it. Get the main findings of the APA survey on stressors, as well as resources from this site on how to manage them.

Emotion-Focused Coping Techniques
These coping techniques help you to handle more stress, enabling you to develop a sense of calm, reverse your stress response, and react less while you face stress.

Solution-Focused Coping Techniques
These coping strategies address the sources of stress that we face, thereby reducing our stress load. Learn how to practice solution-focused coping.

Emotional Resilience
Have you ever wondered what goes into resilience? Learn how you can make yourself less reactive and more emotionally resilient in the face of stress.
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