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Stress Management

“It is never too late to be what you might have been” – George Eliot

This section is designed to help you manage your stress, though the word stress itself has probably increased your heart rate… though it’s just a word which we have established negative emotions too. If it is that easy, surely, we can establish more positive ones to it too.

 

Stress is a situation or challenge, we have two kinds of stress, good stress (Eustress) and Bad stress (Distress), (Lazarus and Folkman 1984). When considering good stress, it is the challenges in life that we are prepared for and can see a map to success, though when we see bad stress it is more of a dark tunnel that we can get lost in. The difference between the two is knowing our map or having a plan.

 

This section is designed to give you the tools to build your plan or even give you a powerful flashlight when entering your tunnel.

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Section Breakdown

This section is broken down into 5 different levels where each section will help you enhance your Stress Management skills (as well as others).

 

There will be additional levels added over time so keep an eye out for changes or adaptions.

Learning Objectives

You will learn the following throughout the next few levels;

  • How listening is sometimes better then speaking,
  • How to listen,
  • How to ask the important questions,
  • How what we think is shown very clearly to others,
Level 4 – Importance of Meditation

(Coming Soon)

Level 5 – Challenge and Threat

(Coming Soon)

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