Stress Management

Need For Stress Management?

Stress is an unavoidable consequence of modern living. Modern life is full of hassles, deadlines, frustrations, and demands. For many people, stress is so commonplace that it has become a way of life. Stress isn’t always bad. In small doses, it can help you perform under pressure and motivate you to do your best. But when you’re constantly running in emergency mode, your mind and body pay the price. Stress management is the need of the hour. Today stress management is important in everyone's lives. It's necessary for long happy lives with less trouble that will come about. Stress management involves understanding the psychology behind or that is causing the stress and finding strategies to deal with, reduce, or eliminate the stress. Stress can result from viewing yourself or your situations negatively or with insecurity. Stress reduction results from managing or viewing situations in a positive way, taking action, organizing, planning, and finding solutions. By doing this you will also feel a sense of control over the situation and your life.


What is Stress?


“Stress is the emotional and physical strain caused by our response to pressure from the outside world.”


Stress is also:

  • A necessary part of our daily lives.
  • Defined as anything that stimulates us to act, think, or react.
  • Simple or extreme.
  • Necessary in order to force us to accomplish certain tasks. 
  • Without stress, our bodies wouldn't react at all, even in times of extreme danger. 
  • Can either help us with challenges and problems or make them many times worse. 
  • The effect stress will have depends on how we handle or view the situation.

 Handling stress depends on us:

  • Recognizing the stress.
  • Understanding where it is coming from.
  • Understanding our stress management options.


 Stress:  “What happens is not as important as how you react to what happens” – Thaddeus Golas 

  • How we react to what happens determines the impact on our health. 
  • It appears from the various statistics that we have been reacting very seriously to stress.



Managing Stress through Decluttering of Mind:


What is clutter? It’s all those things in your life that don’t really matter or aren’t being used, or as the dictionary defines the term, ‘a disorderly heap or assemblage, litter, a state or condition of confusion.’ So why do we insist on accumulating so much junk, in our homes and workplaces, even in our heads? Is it because we’re too busy and outwardly focused, the upshot being we lose sight of what really matters? The truth is that despite what consumer capitalism would have us believe, possessing more doesn’t bring greater happiness. On the contrary, psychologists ascribe many emotional problems such as embarrassment, stress, depression and frustration to our attachment to clutter. And at its worst, our accumulation of stuff can turn into compulsive hoarding or pathological collecting, a serious mental illness that requires psychological and/or medical intervention.


What is Decluttering?

The brain is a complex and confusing organ, the core of us as human beings (if you feel, as I often do, that the soul is in the mind and not in the heart). The mind is often covered in the scar tissue of old hurts and traumas, and layered in so many levels of consciousness not even the best of psychoanalysts has ever sorted through it. Decluttering is a very Powerful Technique that is used to free your mind of the unnecessary emotions, feelings and thoughts or any past emotional baggage one might be carrying, in order to lead a peaceful and a happier life.


Possible Signs of Mental Clutter

  • Lack of energy and motivation to get things done due to worry and overthinking.
  • Experience high stress and agitation on a regular basis.
  • Sometimes feel a high degree of anxiety.
  • Often feel overwhelmed by life and/or work.
  • Feel depressed because there is simply too much to do.
  • Would like to manage your thoughts so that you control them and they never control you.
  • Want to stop using bad habits like drugs, alcohol, smoking as a means to numb thoughts and feeling that hurt.
  • Feel rudderless, without purpose, and lacking clear goals.
  • Often find yourself thinking unproductive thoughts that keep you from accomplishing your goals.
  • Are you frustrated and confused about how you can stop negative and compulsive thinking.
  • Fill yourself filling the void of your inner happiness with money and material things.
  • Constantly feel overwhelmed, busy and stressed to the breaking point.
  • Feel trapped in bad relationships and unsure if you should work to improve the relationship or end it.
  • Think that you may have lost touch with the "real you".
  • Get complaints from your family members, boss, co-workers, friends or spouse about your being distracted, easily agitated, distant or constantly stressed.
  • Simply desire a calmer, more stress free and happier lifestyle


What Students will learn about Decluttering?

  • 4 Causes of Mental Clutter.
  • How to Reframe ALL Your Negative Thoughts.
  • 4 Strategies to Improve (or Eliminate) Bad Relationships.
  • The Importance of Decluttering the Distractions that Cause Anxiety.
  • A Simple Strategy to Discover What's Important to YOU.
  • The Benefit of Meditation and Focused Deep Breathing (and How to Do Both).
  • How to Create Goals That Connect to Your Passions

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