Help for stress management
- How to Stop Worrying: Self-Help Strategies for Anxiety Relief
- Relaxation Techniques for Stress: Finding the Relaxation Exercises That Work for You
- Stress Relief in the Moment: Using Your Senses to Quickly Change Your Response to Stress
- Stress Relief Guide: Articles that help you recognize and understand stress, and take steps to bring stress into balance.
- Preventing Burnout: Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Coping Strategies
Causes of stress
- Stress at Work: Tips to Reduce and Manage Job and Work
- Job Loss and Unemployment Stress: Tips for Staying Positive During Your Job Search
- Caregiver Stress and Burnout: Tips for Recharging and Finding Balance
- Stress Symptoms, Signs, and Causes: The Effects of Stress Overload and What You Can Do About It
General information about managing and coping with stress
- Managing Stress: A Guide for College Students – Offers a total wellness lifestyle plan for managing, reducing, and coping with stress. (University Health Center, University of Georgia)
- Stress Management: How Do You React During Stressful Situations? – Evaluate the way you react to stress and learn how to transform your negative responses. (Mayo Clinic)
- The Road to Resilience – Learn how to increase your resilience, the trait that allows you to bounce back from adversity and stress. (American Psychological Association)
- Managing Stress for a Healthy Family – Tips for dealing with stress in the family better and modeling healthy behavior to your kids. (American Psychological Association)
Stress management strategies
- Assert Yourself – Self-help modules designed to help you reduce stress, depression, and anxiety by improving your assertiveness. (Centre for Clinical Interventions)
- Put Off Procrastinating – Work your way through a self-help series on how to stop procrastination problems. (Centre for Clinical Interventions)
- Download Meditations – Download or stream a dozen free meditation recordings to help you cope with life's inevitable hurdles. Comes with handouts. (Sitting Together)
- Exercise Fuels the Brain's Stress Buffers – Explains how regular exercise helps reduce and manage stress levels. (American Psychological Association)
- Authors: Melinda Smith, M.A. and Robert Segal, M.A. Last updated: February 2015.
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