Tag Archives: emotional regulation

April: Stress Awareness Month

Understanding the mechanics of stress gives you the advantage of being more aware of and sensitive to your own level of stress and knowing when and how to take proactive steps. This increased awareness also helps you to better care … Continue reading

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Does Stress Interfere with Learning?

Recently, I started a quest to find out how stress interferes with learning and if it does interfere with learning. We’ll that journey lead me into the world of neuroplasticity (changes in neural pathways and synapses due to changes in … Continue reading

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Silencing Your Second-Grader– Three Tips to Managing Stress

What does your second-grader say to your adult self? Some neuro research has defined second-graders as having a propensity to worry, and have a need to a need to feel stable, for their brains to acquire maximum knowledge. For the … Continue reading

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Stress and Test Anxiety

When we think of test anxiety we usually think of students. Today I want to talk about stress and test anxiety. The test anxiety I am talking about is related to life’s tests. It could be work, career change, finances, family, … Continue reading

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The Depletion of Stress

  Stress will  deplete you or renew you. Make sure you are creating a practice of renewal. In that state experience love, happiness, inner balance, acceptance to name a few emotions.If you are feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed try the … Continue reading

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Stress: The Attitude Adjuster

How stressed are you? Everyone responds to stress differently. Take this quick test to see if you are experiencing stress. The items you check will reveal how much stress is affecting your life. ❏ I feel overly tired or fatigued. … Continue reading

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