Do you feel as if
there is a battle
going on inside of
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Coping with Stress

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How to Cope with Stress


Stress comes at us from all directions. You may not have thought about this before, but stress comes in two flavours and several sizes.  Stress can be positive and negative, it can be small, medium or large, and there are occasions when it can be one size fits all.  While it might be nice to manage stress more successfully, some people tell me they want to be get rid of all stressors in their lives and have no stress at all, even for just a short while. They often think they want to be “stress-free”.  This is unfortunate because we have a word that is used to describe people with no stress.  The word is “dead”. 

The reality is that life is inherently stressful, so some stress, whatever it's flavour and size, will be associated with living.  A certain amount of stress (+ or -) can create motivation, challenge, fun.  Some people seek out stress (sky diving, skiing, picking a fight with their partner) to eleviate boredom.  If you become used to having high levels of stress and then reduce the stress considerably, you may even finding yourself creating problems on purpose (often unconsciously) to enliven things up!

If this sounds like you or someone you know then you may be interested to know that treating stress can be very simple.

If you've read this far - then you're ready to make changes.  You can read on (the next section is about coping with change) or you can give me a call today -

Riverlands Therapy Services on 02 4731 8111 or call me on my mobile 0408 40 45 41. 

For your peace of mind you can have a 20 minute obligation free appointment / introduction session.  You can check me out and see if I'm the one for you.  I'm sure you have a lot of questions to ask me, and I'll have some to ask you too, so let's put some time aside today and get together for a chat.

NEXT: How Do You Handle Stress

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