November 14, 2004
Managing stress sounds like yet another task on a "to do" list that's already a mile long. But it not about another responsibility, it's about freeing yourself from the list of things you should do and getting to the list of things you want to do. This year's "Mind, Body & Spirit Conference" in Montana teaches techniques that allows people to prioritize what is important to them.
"Most people are so busy knocking themselves out trying to do everything they think they should do, they never get around to what they want to do," said Boyer, quoting author Kathleen Windsor.
"If you do not know where you're going, you'll end up somewhere else," Boyer said, suggesting that developing goals is important.
Stress is a cumulative thing, Merkel said. "If you don't deal with it, it builds up," she said. "It doesn't matter if the stress is real or imagined," she said.
Posted by linda at November 14, 2004 10:42 AM
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