Below please a listing of the Stress Articles on our site. Simply click on an article's title to view the article.
Handling stress in tense situations.
Information on how feeling in control of your life and actions greatly reduces stress.
Stress experts around the world are adding the word freeze to the Fight or Flight response in deference to the fact that instead of fighting or fleeing, sometimes we tend to freeze (like a deer in the headlights) in traumatic situations.
Seven things you can do to develop your own powers of resilience.
How to manage your anger without confrontation, allowing you to express your anger rationally.
Tips on how to manage your stress at your job.
Tips on how to overcome the feelings of helplessness, loss of motivation and stress at your job.
Information on linking the way you think to how you handle stress.
Tips on dealing with stress at your workplace.
Managing stress and effecting change in your life gradually and successfully.
Trying to be funny at work is risky business. Here are some rules for reducing your downside exposure.
How to manage the stresses of work and family to be able to enjoy both.
How to Put on a Stress Management Seminar.
StressStop founder Jim Porter recounts conversations with Dr. Albert Ellis, co-founder of Cognitive Behavior Theory.
Stress is difficult for scientists to define because it is a highly subjective phenomenon that differs for each of us. Things that are distressful for some individuals can be pleasurable for others. We also respond to stress differently. Some people blush, some eat more while others grow pale or eat less. There are numerous physical as well as emotional responses as illustrated by the following list of some 50 common signs and symptoms of stress.
Quick Stress Tips
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From the Article: Managing Anger
Assume the other person didn't intend to make you angry. What gets us all riled up is the thought that another person intended to make us angry. But this is rarely the case. (It's almost like assuming that when two people are laughing across a room they are laughing at you.) Most people who make you angry do it completely unintentionally. When you fully realize this it will defuse a lot of the anger you experience in life. If it's a friend, family member or coworker, don't even hint that your angry. Just ask them why they did what they did, and you'll invariably find out that if they knew you were bothered by it, they wouldn't have done it.