Category Archive: Stress Challenges

STRESS CHALLENGE

If you fixate on your worries before you fall asleep, you might find yourself getting anxious. Sleep may elude you. Instead, try thinking about the good things that happened to you during your… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

  Misunderstandings arise all the time. People may not say or do what you expect them to. And that can lead to problems. Problem solving can help you evaluate a problem, come up… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Some offices and cubes can seem a little dull or sterile. But they don’t have to be. Bring in plants, pictures of your loved ones, or objects that are meaningful to you. Place… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Do you groan every time you have to meet a certain friend or colleague? Do you feel like you are doing things because you have to, not because you want to? Some relationships… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

We can feel stressed by things outside ourselves, such as traffic jams, a snarky co-worker, or an overly long to-do list. But sometimes, what is going on inside us can cause stress, too.… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

How long is your daily to-do list? If you are feeling harried and stressed most days, your list might need some trimming. Before you agree to take on a new task, consider how… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

When we expect things to always be perfect, we often set ourselves up for disappointment and stress. It may help if you adjust your expectations. The world won’t end if your quiche is… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

  Stress can impact your actions. You may act bossy or irritable, use alcohol, smoke, eat more or less than normal, grind your teeth, or want to withdraw from people. When you notice… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Stress can impact your mental state. It can make it harder to focus or make decisions. It can hurt thinking and memory. You may be more prone to depression and anxiety when you’re… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Being stressed can cause you to tense up and breathe shallowly from your chest, rather than deeply from your belly. By learning to breathe in a deep and relaxed way, you can help… Continue reading

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