There is no exact measure or definition of stress, but it is generally defined as the physical and normal response of the body to things that makes it feel worried and bothered. Stress affects individuals differently, the same way individuals view stress in different ways. It is true that stress is already a part of life and can strike at any point in one's life.
Though stress can inevitably happen, many individuals still desire not to allow stress to rule their entire system. It is for this reason that individuals make stress resolutions to finally get over this unwanted feeling. Before individuals make resolutions, they tend to look back the previous years and determine if things went the way they should be. Individuals start to make resolutions to resolve weight problems, eliminate stress, and more. Stress resolutions are made by individuals who no longer want to be tied with this bothering feeling. When one makes a resolution, they begin to envision a new year where things will fall into place.
Embracing these resolutions is synonymous to making commitments and doing the very best to succeed. If you are looking forward to a different and stress-free life, stress resolutions can serve as your guide and inspiration.
What made the experience of listening to Stress Management Techniques the most enjoyable?
Actually going through the motions of reducing stress while listening to it.
What about Trevor Clinger’s performance did you like?
He articulated all the words well so it was easy to understand!
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This is Stress Management Techniques, by Anthony Ekanem, narrated by Trevor Clinger.
I liked book very much. It is full of useful advices for stress management. Stress affects people differently, however they view stress in different ways. It can affect anyone. Important is how we respond to it. This book can serve you as guide and inspiration to manage stress.
I would recommend this book to people who want improve their life. “I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
This was a well organized book, packed full of priceless techniques. I wish I could have known abut these techniques while in college. This book is really fruitful with some of the greatest stress management hacks I have ever heard of.