Tag Archives: Stress management

How Each Myers-Briggs® Type Reacts to Stress (and How to Help!)

“Everyone reacts to stress differently and needs different things to calm them down. What works for you may not work for your spouse, your child, or your friends. This blog will hopefully give you some practical, easy ways to help you and the ones you care about handle stress more effectively and quickly.”

http://psychologyjunkie.com/2015/08/02/how-each-mbti-type-reacts-to-stress-and-how-to-help/

 

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Everything You Need To Know About Meditation – mindbodygreen.com

Charlie Knoles has been meditating his entire life. In this comprehensive talk, he debunks the biggest myths about meditation, why anyone is capable of meditating, and explains why meditation is a natural state. He even gives you a simple, 1-minute guided meditation!

Source: Everything You Need To Know About Meditation – mindbodygreen.com

Six Ways to Help People Change | Greater Good

“If you want to influence other people’s behavior, then you need to develop trust. The core of trust in persuasive interactions is authenticity—the degree to which people think that the public face you have adopted fits who you really are inside. When people feel you are telling them things you truly believe, they are less likely to be skeptical of their interactions with you.”

Source: Six Ways to Help People Change | Greater Good

Reduce Your Stress in 2 Minutes a Day | Greg McKeown | LinkedIn

“…the key is to do less than you feel you want to. If you feel like breathing for two minutes, do it for just one minute. If you are up for a day of really listening to people deeply, do it for the next meeting only. Leave yourself eager to try it again. What you want is to develop a sustainable habit: a stress-free approach to reducing your stress.”

Source: Reduce Your Stress in 2 Minutes a Day | Greg McKeown | LinkedIn

Top 10 Instant Stress Busters

This is a great post about simple, in the moment, ways to manage your stress:

Top 10 Instant Stress Busters

“Beating chronic stress is a long-term effort, and we’ve shared a lot of ways to deal with it–but what if you’re overcome with stress right now and just want to calm down? Here are ten ways you can bust through stress and get on with your day…”