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Keep on Smiling

How are you feeling today? Are you sad, angry, depressed, stressed, bored, or feeling miserable? Don’t worry, I have a simple solution to all your problems. Smile, smile and smile. Smile a little bit more. Give a more lively smile so that your smile turns into a laughter. Laugh the way you are treating your problem. Laugh at yourself.


How Stress Affects A Person

Everyone knows that stress exists. You and I deal with it every single day of our lives. But, what many don't understand is how stress affects a person. It can change who you are, what you think, and how you feel.

As humans, we all cope with stress in our own ways. We may choose to ignore it which really isn't coping and can lead to more serious physical and mental health problems. Or we may turn it to our advantage, run from it, or get beaten down by it. Whichever way we choose to deal with stress the fact remains the same: Stress does affect a person and should not be ignored.


How Do You Focus on Positive Responses to Stress?

When we encounter stress, like financial, economic or business stress, we may respond positively and proactively or negatively. Negative responses include drinking, smoking, and comfort eating which can damage our health. How do you focus on positive responses to stress?

Notes from a conversation with Janis Pullen, Transformational Coach:


Stress: Daily Self-Care Habits to Manage Stress

Today we have more stress in our lives than ever before - good stress, bad stress, red stress, blue stress (my little ode to Dr. Seuss). No matter what kind of stress it is, a real crisis or an imagined one, stress is incredibly harmful to our body, mind and soul.

Here are my favourite self-care habits for dealing with stress:

1. Get in the habit of noticing.


Stress And How To Avoid It

Everyone knows that stress isn't good - that it can get on top of us and effect our wellbeing. What most people don't realise is that stress can effect much more than just our mood or mental state. Stress has been shown to have a detrimental effect on many parts of our body and indeed peoples health in general.

Most people are so used to stress and tension in their lives that they do little or nothing about it until it begins to have major negative effects on them. Everyone suffers from stress - but it is important to sit up and take notice when that stress begins to effect you.


Stress Release Via Personal Care

If you notice a greater deal of stress at home or work, or any other place for that matter, try to learn helpful ways to talk about conflicts and reduce the stress.

Take notice of your everyday actions and activities to see what, if anything you can modify in order to make your life simpler and relieve your feelings of stress.


To Reduce Stress, Just Change Your Perspective

Life is a necklace with various events that have been strung together in a series. In itself a particular event in life does not have specific negative to positive connotations and most events are fairly neutral in themselves. It is the mindset of the individual that is viewing the event that makes a specific event positive or negative.


Stop Stressing - Getting Away from Should

People like to have a sense of purpose about things. We want to know that we're doing the right thing, and that our activities are going along according to "the plan." In short, we spend a lot of time either saying "I should..." or asking ourselves "what should I..."


5 Facts You Need To Know About Depression

Around 18 million US citizens suffer from stress, depression and anxiety every year and for many of them, understanding why they endure the torment is difficult to establish. This is because of the many “magic bullet myths” associated with these problems. Here are five such myths along with the root cause as to why stress, anxiety and depression arise.


Stress Release Via Personal Care

If you notice a greater deal of stress at home or work, or any other place for that matter, try to learn helpful ways to talk about conflicts and reduce the stress.

Take notice of your everyday actions and activities to see what, if anything you can modify in order to make your life simpler and relieve your feelings of stress.


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