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Stress Less Feel Happier

Stress seems to be everywhere these days. And with the headlines you see about world events and the global economy, it’s no wonder.

Stress from work or kids alone is reason enough to learn more about stress and how to handle it.

Part I – What Can You Gain From Stress Management?

This component provides an opportunity for participants to identify a current source of stress in their lives.

Part II – How Do You Respond to Stress?

This component places participants in a vicarious, acute stress situation – a traffic jam. Participants identify their mental and physical responses at various touch-points throughout the visualization while learning a stress management technique.

Part III – What are the Types of Stress?

This section explores and defines two key types of stress: acute and chronic. Participants learn definitions and examples of acute and chronic stress, and brainstorm examples of stressful situations they would consider acute or chronic.

Part IV – What are Some Stress Management Techniques?

Exploration of two general approaches to coping with stress: Reactive and Proactive. Both can be helpful or unhelpful depending on the situation. Participants brainstorm reactive and proactive stress management techniques for acute and chronic stress.

Part V – How Will You Manage Your Stress?

Participants select one technique for each of four categories from the previous section — acute/reactive, acute/proactive, chronic/reactive, and chronic/proactive — then explore the pros and cons of each technique.

Part VI – What Are the Implications of Managing/Not Managing Stress?

Participants identify the benefits of managing stress and the ramifications of not managing stress.

Start Managing Your Stress and Live More Today!


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