While our lives get very busy and stressful, our body seems to take the brunt of it. According to a American Psychological Association study, 75% of Americans experience symptoms related to stress in a given month. Of those people 77% of them experienced physical symptoms.
While these statistics are startling, it is amazing that we don’t devote more time to create the activities that would minimize the stress to our bodies.Read More»
It is so gratifying to see the increasing number of articles and blogs about stress management that are redirecting people back to their minds and beliefs to solve the endless suffering from stress. The actual work of changing these beliefs is elusive, like sand running through our fingers. We start out on the right track but soon get lost in a fog of uncertainty. Maybe that is why most articles-blogs just tell us to do it, but leave the methodology up to us. This post is dedicated to “how” you change your interpretations of the stressors in your life and in doing so eliminate the causes (false beliefs) and their effects (the stress that these beliefs create.)