6 Steps to Help Keep Stress from Beating YouStress by itself is not a bad thing. It’s a part of life and healthy stress alerts us of danger and motivates us to get things done.

However, mismanaged stress can cause us a whole host of problems in our health, in our jobs, and unfortunately, in our relationships. Are you tired of hearing people say, “I’m so stressed out right now”? Or worse, are you tired of saying it and do you feel like your stress level is turning people off?

What can you do to keep your stress in balance and, likewise, improve your interactions with others?

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6 Steps to Help Keep Stress from Beating You

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  1. Hey to you!I have strees but i will try this here out.It was a nice help for me to read it,im doing some of them now but i will try more out whit your help….

    • It is great that you are taking some actions to change your reaction to stress, Tina. My recommendation is to use the tools one at a time. Choose one tool that feels fun for you to try. Commit to do ti every day for a while. After it becomes a habit add another tool. Hope it makes sense!

  2. Seems like me and my partner stress out alot about money issues. We get paid every two weeks and by the second week before we get paid we are tight on money and it causes us to argue. Then things are thrown up that had nothing to do with the argument inn the first place. What can I do to stop this from happening?

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