The holiday season is fast approaching and you need to be aware of some of the biggest stress triggers. The top seven triggers include: keeping things organized, finances, gifts, travel, family, depression, and weight gain. Here are tips that can help you achieve a stress-less holiday season. 1. Keeping things organized. The brain can get overwhelmed
Stress is a natural part of a child’s life. Children are very vulnerable to the stress in their lives. Children usually do not know that stress can make them sick, nervous, depressed, angry or withdrawn. Parents need to begin talking to their children at an early age and teach them how to develop awareness of
Friday’s killing spree sent many people in the nation into new levels of shock. Anger, sadness, resentment, pain, and grief are the emotional aftermath for everyone involved in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. This shooting massacre is second only to the 2007 Virginia Tech campus event where a lone gunman took over 30
Disaster Stress: What to do? Create a plan. For your self, your family and your office or company as soon as you can after the disaster. Even if your future is uncertain, plan to walk, read, sleep or pray on a schedule and you will have a sense of control over your life. One person can change everything.