UPDATED 3/30/2019 Letting go is difficult to do even if it involves a stressful job, resentment, fear, anger, or a habit that puts your life at risk. For some reason, we hold on because it’s tough to move on. However, letting go will make you feel free again! Transform your suffering into the fuel you…
Stress Management for Daily Living
How often are you truly yourself – at work or at home? Studies indicate there is a tremendous toll taken when we spend day after day suppressing who we really are and pretending to be who we think others want/need us to be.
The results are in, and they are crystal clear. Multitasking does NOT work. Our brains are simply not wired to do as many things simultaneously as we talk ourselves into thinking are possible.
Jon Kabat-Zinn, one of the fathers of mindfulness and the founder of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program, describes mindfulness as “awareness by paying attention in the present moment non-judgmentally as if it really mattered.”
Stress is an inescapable fact in the lives of most people, whether they are poor or rich, old or young, well-educated or not, employed or unemployed, sick or healthy. Of course, there are degrees of security, frequency and duration, and a wide range of reactions/responses to stress.