Stress Quotes Page 3

Stress Quotes Page 3

  1. In fact studies have been carried out that clearly show that people who own pets not only suffer from stress less but also from depression as well. Heather Rose, Depression Self Help
    Stress Relief Quotes  |  
  2. Relationships are meant to be something that we enjoy, not something that brings us pain and causes us to feel badly about ourselves. By taking the steps necessary to ensure success within your relationship you will find that you enjoy it much more and that you have to deal with much less stress. Jennifer N Smith, Anxiety Book
    Success   |
  3. Clutter-filled home is not only a symptom of stress but also a source of stress. Instead of your home being a refuge from the stress of work, it may add to your stress level. K. Collins, Declutter Your Home Effectively
    Home  |
  4. Even within the fields of science and medicine, there exist numerous definitions of stress, depending on the perspective being taken. It is unsurprising, therefore, that the term is so often misused. Dr Harry Barry, Toxic Stress
    Mental Health  |
  5. When we don�t take stock of how we start and end the day, all the stress just rolls into one big mass and in reality we are just going through the motions. Eat. Drink. Sleep. Work. Repeat. Samantha Clarke, Love It Or Leave It
    Work From Home  |
  6. Summer is a time of blessings from all my senses. I can breathe in the myriad of fragrances carried on summer breezes. It takes my stress away. Yvonne Martinez Ward, Ph.D.,Living the Artist’s Life
    Summer Quotes  |
  7. “God doesn’t intend for you to handle all the pain and stress in your life by yourself. We were wired for each other. We need each other.” Rick Warren
    Pain  |
  8. “The mind in times of fear runs away to things and events that it has no control over and that creates stress in the body. Fear has one goal and that is to scare you, and nothing else!” Paul Martens, Unlocking Potential
    Fear  |
  9. “Stress is one of the biggest problems in today’s world and it affects all of us from time to time.” Vee Freir, Learn To Stress Less
    Problems   |
  10. Yes, our body and mind can take a lot of stress, diet challenges, etc. But eventually things start to break� and the worst thing is – our mind and body health deteriorates very gradually. Usual Oddman, Happiness Step by Step
    Health   |  
  11. The other benefit for us by doing this specific focus of effective use of time is reduced stress. When there are a million things to get done and we focus on the key areas, then at the end of the day, we will find less stress because the critical things that needed to get done or be addressed or moved forward are done. Catherine Pulsifer, Using Time Wisely A Secret
    Inspirational Quotes  |  
  12. If we want to manage our stress, we have to manage our emotions. Erin Olivo

  13. If we want to manage our stress, we have to manage our emotions. If we want to manage our lives, we have to manage our emotions!Erin Olivo, Wise Mind Living
    Time   |  
  14. Contrary to popular, well-meaning notions, stress is NOT a fact of life. It only becomes a fact of life when you decide it is. Josh Brendan, Stress to Smile
    Motivational   |  
  15. Stress and willpower have a distinct connection because when your stress goes up, your ability to plan for the longterm goes down. Alex Altman, Time Is Money
    Willpower   |  
  16. If you seek to avoid all disruptions to tranquility – other people, external events, stress – you will never be successful. Your problems will follow you wherever you run and hide. Ryan Holiday, Stephen Hanselman, The Daily Stoic
    Successful   |
  17. Stress poisons your mind and makes you doubt your own capabilities. Stephanie Beyer, Self Esteem
    Doubt   |  
  18. You never will be the person you can be if pressure, tension and discipline are taken out of your life. James G. Bilkey

  19. “You never will be the person you can be if pressure, tension and discipline are taken out of your life.” James G. Bilkey
    Life   |  
  20. “Kids are happier, more relaxed, more creative and less stressed when scheduled activities are limited.” Jacquie McTaggart
    Children   |  
  21. “Throw out an alarming alarm clock. If the ring is loud and strident, you’re waking up to instant stress. You shouldn’t be bullied out of bed, just reminded that it’s time to start your day.” Sharon Gold
    New Beginnings   |
  22. “The happiest people I know are the ones who have learned how to hold everything loosely and have given the worrisome, stress-filled, fearful details of their lives into God’s keeping.” Charles R. Swindoll
    God   |
  23. The next time you find yourself in an argument, rather than defend your position, see if you can see the other point of view first. Richard Carlson, PH.D.

  24. “The next time you find yourself in an argument, rather than defend your position, see if you can see the other point of view first.” Richard Carlson, PH.D.
    Words of Encouragement   |  
  25. “Those who continue to work at a job they hate for the money alone are more likely to be stressed, and very unhappy.” Catherine Pulsifer
    Work   |
  26. Certain foods can have a direct effect on our brain’s ability to process signals for sleep, hunger, stress and moods. Rachel Robins, Feel Good About Yourself
    Mindset   |
  27. Ok so planning a budget might not sound like a way to cut out stress, but trust me – it definitely helps! Sandra Breeze, The Stress Free Wedding
    Trust   |  
  28. Besides strengthening your immune system, boosting your energy, and reducing stress, laughing together with your kids is a good bonding activity and an emotional deposit. Richard O’Keef, How to Get Kids to Behave
    Laughter   |  
  29. Self evaluation trains your brain to identify, evaluate and respond to situations differently. What you will notice is that you are slowly “re-programing” the way you respond to a stress signal or stressful environment. Jordan Koma, Bad Habits
    Habit   |  
  30. Stress from sublimating symptoms often results in stress and illness. Intimidation leaves you feeling inferior, frightened, depressed, angry, sad, or frustrated. Jane John-Nwankwo, Never Be Intimidated
    Anger  |  
  31. When you’re in control, confident and calm in stressful situations, you’ll win everyone over. David Fletcher Chase, Manipulate Anyone
    Confidence   |
  32. You may not know it but one of the reasons that you have trouble with your words is because stressful situations make you hyperventilate. Steven Spencer, Confidence
    Trouble  |  
  33. Helping others is necessary in order to become a better person, but do remember that if helping and pleasing everybody is becoming stressful, then maybe it is time to take a little step backwards. E.L. Herndon, Self Help
    Helping Others  |  
  34. A lack of sleep causes stress on our bodies and will eventually lead to burn out or disappointment. Josh Austin, Habits: Extraordinary Habits for Ordinary People
    Disappointment   |
  35. An effective leader must, at all times, be ready to take on stress and turmoil, without giving into it and letting frustration affect their decision-making power. Ross Elkins, Business: Golden Nugget Methods for High Effectiveness
    Leadership   |  
  36. Studies show, with an internal locus of control, you are less prone to depression, deal better with stress, do better in school and are much more oriented towards achieving goals. Erica Hudson, How To Achieve Your Goals
    Goals   |  

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