Families and Stress - coping skills for living with stress and anxiety

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Families and Stress - coping skills for living with stress and anxiety

Is stress always bad?
No! In fact, a little bit of stress is good. Most of us couldn't push ourselves to do well at things -- sports, music, dance, work, and school -- without feeling the pressure of competition. Without the stress of deadlines, most of us also wouldn't be able to finish projects or get to work on time.

If stress is so normal, why do I feel so bad?
With all the things that happen on a daily basis in our lives, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Things that you can't control are often the most frustrating. You can also feel bad when you put pressure on yourself -- like to getting good grades or to get promoted at work. A common reaction to stress is to
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The full recipe involves combining awareness of your physical health, eating habits, rest, exercise, workplace, home environments, and your relationships. In developing your own personal "stress recipe" you'll find your family and you to be happier and healthier!

Reduction of Burnout
In today’s fast paced environment, individuals are more prone to burnout because the stress they have is unrelieved. Constant exposure to stress with no relaxation, leads to a condition that is more serious than stress. This condition is burnout.
Burnout is a feeling of total emotional exhaustion, a feeling of not caring for anybody and anything, and a feeling that

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