Category Archives: Anger and Stress

What is Anger Management?

Tweet Anger management is a phrase that has become more prominent in recent years thanks to a number of uses in popular media, including the name of a theatrically-released comedy. However, the exact term is one that may still not … Continue reading

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7 Strategies to Deal with Burnout

Tweet Burnout is not something to be taken lightly. It’s easy for stress to creep up and accumulate within you, and the effects can be far-reaching. You may be physically harming yourself, and you may not be as available to … Continue reading

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Think You Might Have Social Anxiety Disorder?

Tweet Also called social phobia, social anxiety disorder (SAD) is one of the more common of psychiatric issues that nearly 12% of US adults have faced at some point in their lifetime. In many cases the feelings are temporary and … Continue reading

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Understanding and Managing Stress

Tweet One of the biggest and yet most avoidable medical conditions is adverse stress. Every year, stress contributes to the poor health and even deaths of millions of people around the world. There is little doubt that excessive stress over … Continue reading

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Anger Management, or Healthier Angry Expression?

Tweet Anger management, in the traditional sense, doesn’t always work. Sure, there are coping or calming strategies to help you manage your anger, which do work in the short term, but they don’t always deal with the root cause of … Continue reading

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Is Your Drinking Ruining Your Marriage?

Tweet For some men, whether they know it or not, their marriage may be eroding because of their drinking. Drinking may start social, but then it turns into an everyday occurrence, or the like, and then it begins to have … Continue reading

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Finding Balance Through Workaholism

Tweet There was some buzz recently about this idea that people who are dying regret five things, and working more was not one of them. An Australian palliative nurse named Bronnie Ware, who counseled the dying, wrote a book based … Continue reading

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Stop The Shoulds

Tweet You’re familiar with The Shoulds, right? The Shoulds live in your brain and tell you to do, which is what you might not really want to do if left to your own devices. “You should do this, and you … Continue reading

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Taking Responsibility For Your Own Life

Tweet We’re the authors of our own lives, and we’re the only ones who truly control them. Yes, there are things that happen to us that we can’t control, or situations that we’re brought up in that we couldn’t help. … Continue reading

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Quiet Your Self-Critic & Develop Compassion Towards Yourself

Tweet If you’re hardwired to push yourself to accomplish, produce and succeed, as so many men are, there may be a hidden cost associated with this type of behavior. You may fall into pushing yourself to the point of stress, … Continue reading

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