This difficult economic time isn’t just causing financial strain, it’s also stressing people out. In a profession that’s no stranger to stress, you may be looking for ways to cope with your own stress as well as your clients.
The Institute of HeartMath (IHM) wants to help. IHM, a recognized leader in stress research and education, recently released a free booklet, De-Stress Kit for the Changing Times, available free at heartmath.org.
“When a significant crisis happens, such as the current economic upheaval that is affecting so many, our stress tolerance level depletes from initial shock and emotional pain,” says IHM founder Doc Childre.
The kit offers information on de-stressing activities like practicing appreciation and gratitude, decreasing drama and managing your reaction to news.
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