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Stress Relief

How to Reduce Stress Through Self Improvement
Narrated by: Marc Trulove
Length: 16 mins
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Summary

Improve Yourself, Improve Your Stress

Somewhere on the way to the rest of your life, you realize that things aren’t going as planned. You might suffer from money woes or realize your marriage is in turmoil. It’s the kind of thing that makes you sit up and take notice - and seek help before it gets the best of you.

Some things you can work on making better. If you need to stop spending money, you can develop a savings plan. But some stress is derived from the inside-out. It’s the kind of anxiety you have about who you are as a person compared to who you always hoped you’d be.

As time passes, you’ll be facing your fair share of obstacles. You may have to repair relationships, tweak your career, or learn some new coping skills to help you deal with being a parent.

But if you take this step first - the step to becoming the kind of person you want to be - it’ll make facing those stress factors a whole lot easier. In fact, when you devote time to making your own self better, many of the things you’re stressed about now will dissipate.

©2019 Bethany Taylor (P)2019 Bethany Taylor

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Short and Simple

Good for what it is. Really short but I like the message and the narration.