Podcast 460: How to Make Stress Good for You Part 2
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SHOW DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk about how to develop a healthy stress mindset. This is part 2 of my series on stress. You can listen to part 1 here.
As I mentioned in part 1, chronic, unmanaged stress is directly linked to physical ill-health and mental health challenges. In fact, if we are constantly stressed about stress, it will become an obstacle on our pathway to dealing with life’s challenges. But, if stress is an inevitable part of life, is there a solution to this problem? Is there hope? Thankfully, there is! The key lies in how we choose to manage our stress. Changing our attitude towards stress is essential to healthy mental and physical self-care.
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2:00 How amazing stress is!
3:20 Why we need to change the way we perceive stress
6:02 How to change our perception of stress
8:20 Stress is an inevitable part of life + the importance of changing how we see stress
10:50 Using mind management to change the way you perceive stress
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