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Where does most of our stress come from?
Can we understand stress situations better in order to manage stress bettter?

 
Uncomfortable feelings of stress are particularly likely to arise in situations where we perceive (consciously or sub-consciously) a threat to our personal safety, or a threat to the fulfilment of our personal needs, but there is one other common situation where stress can become a serious problem...
How do we become stressed - What situations are stressful - What is the origin of human stress?

 

 
Why do we get Stressed  ?
...can we understand stress better?


 

Biologists, physicists & spiritual gurus agree that only one thing in the entire universe is constant...

WHAT IS IT?...

 

 

 

 

 

- THE PROCESS OF CHANGE! -

 

Yes!

Constant change is the only thing in our life that we can really rely on!

(Sorry about that!)

 

Change may be initiated from outside of us or initiated from within us...

 

but...

 

there is GOOD NEWS! as well as this  BAD NEWS! ...

 

 

a) THE GOOD NEWS...

Life may CHANGE for the better!

b) THE BAD NEWS...

Life may CHANGE for the worse!

 

 

a) is not considered a threat - though when we feel low it seems pretty unlikely!

...but what can we do about b)?

 

*Our options when faced with Life's downturns!  
 

Change Management self-help training- The Heart of Change - Real Life Stories of How People Change Their Life and OrganisationAnxiety and phobias are very stressful symptoms of stress

COPING WITH CHANGE - New & Popular books:
UK & Europe    Canada    USA

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ANXIETY and PHOBIAS - New & Popular books:
UK & Europe    Canada    USA

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Coping with changes is the biggest challenge we face in our life, and we will face it repeatedly.

"Change Management" skills are crucial to us surviving, prospering and staying healthy!
If you can manage and survive change, your well-being is assured!

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