All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘stress relief’

  • Stress and Climbing the Career Ladder

    Stress seems an inevitable part of people climbing the career ladder although people’s reactions or reflections on it seem to be changing. In our face-paced world, it is almost considered normal to feel stressed and increasingly, individuals are criticised or pilloried as weak if they …

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  • Why stress results in physiological discomfort

    Stress is our response to external circumstances or internal beliefs, expectations or unfinished business within us. However, there is a very real physiological effect of stress on the body beyond tight muscles and headaches. When the body is under stress, the body acts as if …

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  • Anxiety and stress – Overwhelm or Existential?

    Anxiety and stress are our alarm bells that tell us that something is not working in our lives.  As a psychologist who has worked with hundreds of clients over twenty years, I believe that being out of integrity with our values is always a factor.  …

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  • Stress and Anxiety – how can I change my life?

    Stress and anxiety are such a part of our lives and yet many approaches focus on 'alleviating stress symptoms' exclusively without seeking ways to identify the underlying problems.  For many people, once the symptoms are removed, they simply return to their daily demanding schedules and …

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  • Is time management the way to get stress relief?

    Time management is often promoted as the answer to stress relief in the workplace. Whilst helpful if you are clear about your goals, it can be a temporary solution to stress reduction. In some instances, time management could increase stress and anxiety if used without …

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