Study Yourself: Ask yourself the following questions, preferably on a daily basis, to develop objectivity on how stress is affecting your life: How did I sleep? What is my mood? How did I respond when something unexpected happened? How does my body feel? Did I have any time to myself? Taking stock in this way can help you see your relationship with stress more clearly, which helps you develop a stress-reduction plan that fits your unique needs.This is a mindfulness practice, isn't it? Consistent meditation will help us in both asking and answering these questions.
Sunday, December 05, 2010
How interesting. The Good Housekeeping website has a little feature called 52 ways to beat stress. Here's one of them: