Thursday, February 16, 2012

About Stress Management: What Style Of Coping Works Best?

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From Elizabeth Scott, M.S., your Guide to Stress Management
We all react to stress in our own ways, but have you ever wondered if there's a 'best way' to cope with stress? It turns out that some strategies are generally more effective than others in relieving stress. Also, some coping strategies work better for specific people than others. T his newsletter brings you information that can help you to find the best coping strategies for you so you'll be well-armed against stress. Enjoy the rest of your week! -Elizabeth P.S. Join us in the Facebook Group About Stress (just stop by and "like" it), or follow me on Twitter.

Research on Coping
What works best: seeking social support, directly tacking the problem that's causing stress, or avoiding the problems that cause you stress? Find out, and find tips on how to integrate the most effective coping techniques into your life.

Problem-Focused Coping
Focusing on problems that cause stress can be an effective way to eliminate that stress. Here's more on how to do this, and make your stressors disappear.

Emotion-Focused Coping
You can effectively take care of stress by focusing on stressed emotions and calming them. This is great for those stressors you face but can't address head-on.

5-Minute Stress Relief Strategies
Looking for a quick-fix? It turns out that fast stress relievers can also be effective for many reasons! Find options that work, and work quickly!


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