Stress affects just about everyone’s daily lives. It can affect your body in ways that can have a long-lasting impact on your health. In my book, The Stress R.E.L.I.E.F. Method: A six-step guide to creating a life with less stress, I shared how stress “lead to depression, anxiety, and a load of health issues”. Here are some ways that stress can affect your health:
Personal and Spiritual Growth Coach Stephanie Miller shares what she likes about the Stress R.E.L.I.E.F. Method and how reading the book has impacted her life.
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In this video, Chou Hallegra reads the first chapter of her new book.
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A year ago today I was being air-lifted to a local hospital. Doctors, family, nor I knew what the future held. I had a few spams in my brain and I couldn’t speak or move the left side of my body. I spent a few days in the Intensive Care Unit and almost a month in a rehabilitation hospital. Then came more therapy, first at home then later at a clinic. Today, a year later, I’m grateful to be alive.
On 2/1/17, I spoke about Self-care during a Facebook empowerment summit for women (SUPER YOU:All Powered Up!) and I wanted to share some resources with everyone : the self-care worksheet and self-care wheel . I hope they help you become more proactive in taking care of yourself.
You can catch up on all 30 Super YOU speakers here.
During my presentation, I talked about how self-care being both a mindset and a lifestyle. We have to first change the way we think about ourselves in order to make self-care a way of life. The mindset that empowers self-care is the one that says "I am valuable for my time. I am deserving of my care".
If you find yourself struggling to believe such statements, then you would benefit from my next online workshop on The Power of Self-compassion.
Remember to take care of yourself (because YOU ARE WORTH IT!)