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Stress Management: How Do You Find Delight In Delays?

Posted on 18 Jan 2017 in S.O.S Video Blog | 0 comments

Is your schedule full and your stress level high? Do you have any time for distractions or delays? When others drop the ball, does it blow your stack? Often we don’t have room in our calendars for disruptions. How can we respond more effectively to delays? When we get stuck in traffic, or the flight […]

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Stress Management: What About Some Plants?

Posted on 21 Dec 2016 in General | 0 comments

Nearly everybody struggles with stress. If the office is sterile and the air is stale, it might be a struggle to find some stress relief. Recently on LinkedIn I posted an article entitled, “Twenty Scientifically Backed Ways to De-Stress Right now” written by Meredith Melnick. In the article she reminds us that the stress response […]

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Stress Management: What About Requesting Silence?

Posted on 16 Nov 2016 in General | 0 comments

Have you ever been casually driving your car and then realize that the radio is off, the phone is on silent, and you feel relaxed and calm? Ever been working in your office alone, in the quiet, and feel less stressed? What about requesting silence ever once in awhile? Life is noisy: from our households, […]

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Stress Management: What’s the Big Deal?

Posted on 19 Oct 2016 in S.O.S Video Blog | 0 comments

You’ve heard about this stress management stuff for years. It is important to have a few techniques to use throughout the day to manage the stress. Did you know, in 30 percent of cases, what the first sign of heart disease is? Sudden cardiac death – a heart attack. There are many benefits to managing […]

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Stress Management: What About Worrying?

Posted on 26 Sep 2016 in General | 0 comments

Have you heard of a worrywart? Is worrying a problem? I remember hearing one time, that most of what we worry about never happens. Some things we worry about; already have happened and we just haven’t accepted them. We also worry about needless healthcare concerns. Am I going to get the flu? Am I going […]

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