You can reduce stress in your life, today - and here's how...
Listen to my thoughts on Rajni Sharma's wisdom below, that's how! Rajni's tips for stress management can be summed up thus:
If you do all these things, then I'm pretty sure your days of high stress levels are behind you.
And that, most definitely, will be nice!
NOTE: Rajni Sharma runs http://www.stress-and-relaxation.com
Some of the stress management strategies I share in the video above include:
What I don' share in the video above, but I now consider to be much more important than simply 'managing stress' is this:
...As you can see, then, I actually may not be a good person to talk to regarding stress management tips.
I have a very low tolerance for stress, and usually change my circumstances as soon as I can to remove myself from the situation.
Well, when I used to work in an office job for somebody else's company, I found that no matter how hard I worked there was always more work to do. And, in the end, I so did not enjoy the stress of working for this company that I quit. Yep, I just quit my stressful job at Bristol & West Building Society - enough was enough, I thought!
Admittedly, I was a computer programmer at the time, which meant I could get another job pretty easily. Still, I ended up working as a Temp for £3 per hour for 3 months and many of work colleagues thought I was mad (I had previously been earning much more than that, and went on to earn £25 per hour in my next job.)
See what I mean? I'm not sure that managing your stress by avoiding the problem in the first place is necessarily the best tip. Though it did work. And I now live a very stress-free life, working for myself, the hours that I want. Fancy that, eh!
And I know that if I'm ever in a stressful situation again, I'll either take myself away from it - whatever the cost - OR, I'll understand the importance of my thinking...
What can be more stressful than being bullied?
Whether at school, at work or even at home, bullying by a schoolmate, colleague or even your spouse (or parent or child) can quite often lead to high levels of stress.
So whilst Anton Hout's excellently researched OvercomeBullying.org focusses on overcoming bullying, you'll also find some very helpful stress management info there too. This is a good source of stress management tips.