Deal with what stresses you (ignoring things doesn’t make them disappear)

Note: this is Part 2 of a four-parts article about reducing your stress load.  In Part 1, we explored how to prevent stress build-up.  Today, we deal with what is, face on, instead of ignoring it and hoping it...

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Is “managing” stress the best way to deal with it?

Personally, I'd rather prevent stress than manage it after the fact.  Managing stress is a trendy concept, but in reality, we have a lot more control on our stress level than we might guess. Preventing what you can, then managing...

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