Posts Tagged "stress management"

Japanese Psychology and Emotions

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Japanese Psychology and Emotions

Emotions are impulses to act. They force you to stop, assess any potential threat, and then act, all within a split second. Some of the stronger emotions like fear and anger are very threatening and can trigger the fight or flight response all by themselves. People often confuse negative emotions with stress. They are two different things. Negative emotions are just that, emotions. The stress response involves emotions but transcends them. How you perceive negative emotions and cope (or not cope) with them is the determining factor in whether or not they triggers a stress response. For...

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through Mindfulness Training

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through Mindfulness Training

In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Valued living (defining valued directions).   Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Committed Action (commitment). Acceptance (acceptance). Observing Self (self-as-context). Disentanglement (cognitive defusion). In this post I want to focus on what Contact With the present Moment (Mindfulness) means and how to help your clients become more mindful. Mindfulness is best described as moment-by-moment awareness. There are four dimensions of mindful moments. They are (1) present centered, (2) non-judgmental,...

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Stress Refresher for 2017

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Stress Refresher for 2017

To get 2017 off to a less stressful start I’d like to give you a quick refresher on stress because when you are stressed it is so easy to get confused and stop thinking clearly about it and how to manage it. So I just wanted to reach out and shoot you a short reminder about what stress is really about and how to manage it. That’s right, manage it. Unfortunately, you can’t eliminate stress because it is intimately linked to change and if I can guarantee you one thing about 2017, it is that  SOMETHING in your life is going to change (for better or worse) during the coming...

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How to Reduce Stress Webinar

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How to Reduce Stress Webinar

How to Reduce Stress Webinar In this webinar I talk about how to reduce stress and take back your life from the people and demands that put you over the limit. Sometimes it isn’t the type of stressors you face that causes your stress. Sometimes it is the sheer volume of stressors that does it. Even too many fun things can become stressors if you feel overloaded, overbooked, and unable to say no. Sometimes better time management helps but reducing goes deeper than that; it begins with your values and setting priorities for how you want to spend your time. Enjoy the video? Leave your...

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What is Stress and How Do You Cope Webinar

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What is Stress and How Do You Cope Webinar

What is Stress and How Do You Cope Webinar In this webinar I answer the questions; what is stress? and how does stress affect the body? Stress is a combination of three things; (1) a potential stressor, (2) what your mind tells you about your ability to cope with it, and (3) a stress response that kicks in if you feel unable to cope with it. People often have a hard time dealing with stress because they don’t attack all three of its parts. Effective stress management programs deal with all three. Enjoy the video? Leave your comments and questions below....

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