How Do You Manage Holiday Stress?

How Do You Manage Holiday Stress?

Let’s face it.  We all deal with stress everyday of our lives!  How do you and your family deal with stress especially during the holidays?  Give us your top 3 creative ways you deal with holiday stress.

According to the National 4-H Council publication, The Stress Connection, stress is the body’s physical and emotional reaction to circumstances that frighten, irritate, confuse, endanger or even excite us.  Most stress comes from the daily pile-up of small aggravations and frustrations.  Stress doesn’t only come from negative events in our lives, but positive ones as well.  Events or “things” don’t cause stress.  It’s how we choose to react.  For more on this topic, read the February 2012 GRG Connections newsletter!

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2 Comments

  1. Palmira Torres

    #1 By being positive, not dwelling on the misfortunes that life dealt me.
    #2 Accepting with love in my heart the blessings that have come my way.
    #3 My 14 year old autistic grandson, family, support groups (GRG) (FHU) and my circle of friends are the ones that give me the strength to keep on fighting.
    Live, love and enjoy life. Dance, dance, dance and dance.

    • Palmira, WOW! You are such an inspiration to all of us! We are following you in a conga line and are behind you 100%.

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