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5 Ways NOT to Help Your Stressed Partner….

And 5 ways to lend support  When someone you love is stressed out, it is really hard to watch him or her struggle. You may be surprised by the complexities of your feelings. Of course, part of you cares deeply and wants to “fix” it—and we all know how well that goes when someone tries […]

Stress Slaying Skill #1: Awareness

Yesterday a client of mine had an “aha”—she realized she actually feels physical tension across her chest as she gets out of her car to go into work. Yikes! This is not a great way to start a day that will take all the energy, focus, emotional intelligence, and positivity she can muster! And before […]

5 Apps To Reduce Stress and Boost Your Calm Power!

Yes, you read that right, there are apps to reduce stress and yes, they really work! Sometimes just the thought of trying to reduce stress seems overwhelming. But you know that you are smarter, more powerful, more creative, not to mention happier and healthier, when you are not stressed out. Unfortunately, way too often stress […]

5 Pitfalls of “New Year, New You!” And How To Outsmart Them!

It’s that time of year when every media source inundates you with promises of foolproof ways to become a New You in the New Year. Of course, these tantalizing offers are complete with urgency-ramping “deals” suggesting you should act now before the price goes up or all your friends get more organized, productive, happy, svelte, […]

Stop The Stress That Sneaks Up On You With These 5 Tips

To stop the stress that surrounds you on a daily basis, you have to watch your diet. No, I’m not talking about calories. Although, it really is quite similar: if you want to lose weight, you know you have to pay attention to what you eat. Mindless calories—those free samples, preparation nibbles, and little “cheats”—have […]

Feeling Stuck?

How To Dig Out Of 5 Stress & Misery Thinking Traps!   I was all set to write about the science of gratitude, but I can’t stop thinking about some tough conversations I’ve had this week. Maybe it was the Super Moon or raging post-election emotions, but for whatever reason, this week I found myself […]

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