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Chronic stress is an issue in the United States. Approximately, 77% of people experience stress that affects their physical health.
The triggers can include finances, work, family responsibilities, relationships, world events….
And that stress manifests in many different ways:
Lack of motivation
The list goes on.
It’s a lot. And it can feel totally out of your control.
But the truth is, you can learn how to cope with the stress that is inevitable in life. Because these triggers aren’t just going to disappear on their own.
Instead, it’s vital to learn effective skills and have tools to manage that stress.
Because gone unchecked, stress can wreak absolute havoc on your life.
You can damage your health. You can cause relationship issues. You can say things you didn’t mean. You can miss out on important career opportunities. And all of these things end up making you feel even worse than you did before…
Most importantly, you miss out on the ability to be your best self.
That’s why I created The Stress-Busting Guide.
I wanted to make a simple resource for people like you to take the first step in taking control of your stress.
And I also wanted to make the process enjoyable.
Managing your stress doesn’t need to be complicated.
That’s why I wanted to break down this guide into manageable, bite-size lessons. And because the guide can be accessed on any Kindle reader, you can take it with you wherever you go… Anytime, anywhere.
The goal of this guide is to make you feel empowered. To make you feel like you can move through your days feeling good and in control of your mood…despite the often chaotic world around you.
It’s these small, doable actions that equip you with the strategies to feel more balanced, whole, and at peace with yourself. They allow you to pause, reflect, and gain a better understanding of what triggers your stress and what you can do to reduce that stress.
They can make the difference between things feeling manageable and things feeling totally out of control.
I also want to address the misconception that handling stress needs to be difficult or expensive… because it doesn’t.
Medication, therapy sessions, retreats—all of these can be fantastic tools, but they don’t need to be the first line of defense.
That’s another reason why I felt compelled to write this guide.
Because I want stress management to be accessible to everyone.
Publication date:September 15, 2021
File size:689 KB
Simultaneous device usage:Unlimited
Print length:13 pages