Does it feel like your demanding life is starting to get the better of you? Don’t let it. If stress was a disease, it could possibly be said that it has reached epidemic amounts in the US, and probably world-wide. The issue is that people, particularly women, don’t know how to deal with it properly. Try teaching yourself. Here are some key causes of stress and how to treat them. Locate the article here: http://naturesbalance.com/stress_less/
According to Robert Leahy, Ph.D., author of The Worry Cure, "Time pressure is almost always artificially produced, and many people never notice the things that go undone." To you, the dust on the bookshelves may seem to glow in the dark, but a lot of people aren’t going to notice. I’ve told my own mother, time and again, that visitors do not go around the house wearing plastic gloves and inspecting every flat surface. She doesn’t listen to me, but you should. Trust me on this; people won’t notice when things are left undone.
Doing your make-up
Another thing women often anxiety about is their appearance. We all want to look our best, but we often expend a lot of time and effort that is entirely unnecessary. Try making things easier on yourself. Julien Farel, a New York City hairstylist, proposes, "A shaggy style with a lot of layers, or any short haircut are the very best styles for a low-maintenance and flattering look.”
Don’t sweat the little stuff
Don’t let anxiety rule your life. Just chill out, do not sweat the little stuff, don’t worry be happy, and follow any number of other old-fashioned clichés about the best way to live a happy, successful life. Those old sayings have become clichéd for a reason-they work.
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