Areas of Life And Responses That Lead To Stress

18 Dec

“Long hours, difficult co-workers, and lack of appreciation are just a few factors that contribute to job stress.” – Elizabeth Scott, M.S.

Mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you. (Jude 1:2)

In what areas of your life do you feel most stressed?
What are a few simple things you can do to relieve that stress?

Today is Day 4 in our weekly series about reducing stress. This message is an excerpt from another excellent article by Elizabeth Scott. The entire article can be found at today’s Link of the Day.

We continue with our weekly series about reducing stress. Once again today’s message is an excerpt from another excellent article by Elizabeth Scott. The entire article can be found at today’s Link of the Day.

There are many events in life that can cause stress. This section explores the main culprits, as well as habitual thought patterns that can help or hurt, to give you a clearer picture of where the stress is coming from so you can more easily cope.

Job Stress
School Stress
Financial Stress
Relationship Stress
Traits and Attitudes That Increase Stress

Job Stress
Long hours, difficult co-workers, and lack of appreciation are just a few factors that contribute to job stress. Here are resources for understanding and handling the factors that can make work stressful.

1) In The Wrong Job?
2) Co-Worker Conflicts
3) Need for Balance
4) Burnout Causes and Symptoms
5) Job Stress and Health

To learn more about any of these categories or subcategories of stress, please visit today’s Link of the Day.

Prayer Power
Heavenly Father, help me to be aware of unhealthy stressors in my life and then take appropriate actions to reduce or eliminate those. Thank You Jesus. Amen.

Link of the Day
Areas of Life And Responses That Lead To Stress – by Elizabeth Scott, M.S.

Blessings to be aware of and deal with unhealthy stressors in your life!

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Reference: [http://stress.about.com/od/financialstress/a/financialcrisis.htm]

Journaling
For those who are really stressed and need to feel that they’re doing something, journaling about stressful emotions can help get them out of your head so you don’t end up ruminating on what stresses you. Be sure to end your journaling session with some brainstorming on solutions, and you’ll get a better sense of control over the situation, and a more positive attitude.

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