“It’s not stress that kills us, it’s our reaction to it.”
Dr. Hans Selye
"Stress is the result of attitudes that arise from our perceptionsof events and circumstances. If we take a step back, changing our focus, our perceptions will change and along with them our attitudes and ultimately the amount of stress we experience.
Events don’t cause stress; they trigger it.
The level of stress we experience is a result of what we believeabout events more than about the events themselves. In the days and weeks to come, we will be looking at some stress busting words and examining how they can help us to take that step back, change our focus and alleviate not only daily stress but the stress that rises up around this time of year." (Introduction to One Month of Daily Stress Busters)
This customizable Lunch 'n Learn will focus on the areas of stress your group or ogrganization is facing. Cost and scheduling are dependant on the material requested and Karin's schedule.
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Personal Coping Mechanisms
Find out how prepared you are to cope with daily stress, as well as how to actually noticably improveyour ability to handle your stressors in a healthy and increasingly effective way.
Click the link to the right to download your free Personal Coping Mechanismsassessment designed by Mitchell & Everly for the ICISF (International Critical Incident Stress Foundation).
Take a minute to determine how well your strategies are serving you. The higher the score the better you're coping! This assessment not only indicates how well you're keeping up with daily pressure, but points at simple ways to increase your "cope-ability"!