Posts tagged #Stress

Feeling overwhelmed? Consider finding relief by letting go of the things in your life that are weighing you down.

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It’s no secret that the spaces we live in--our homes, offices and vehicles--need regular maintenance and attention.  It should come as no surprise, then, that the non-physical spaces we occupy--our minds, our obligations, our relationships--also need tending to.  Learn more about the benefits of lightening up by reading on: Lighten Your Load


Posted on December 7, 2018 .

Increase Your Brain’s Resilience By Building ‘Psychological Body Armor’ (PBA)

While anxiety and excessive stress are the two most significant factors that prevent a person from realizing happiness, the good news is that neural pathways in the brain are—and remain—malleable.  

This means that while we may feel helpless to the stressors in our lives, a psychological phenomenon known as neuroplasticity allows us to fortify ourselves against the things that threaten to emotionally destabilize us. 

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Find out how to protect yourself against anxiety and excessive stress by creating “psychological body armor’ (PBA) here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/when-disaster-strikes-inside-disaster-psychology/201811/immunize-yourself-against-anxiety-and

(Photo by Indian Yogi (Yogi Madhav) on Unsplash)


Posted on November 16, 2018 .