Stress Melters.

Stress Melters.

Laughter in massive doses. There is humor in most situations you may find yourself in...find it and laugh your head off. Learn to laugh at yourself when you make mistakes.

Rest. Do not over stress your body because it will over stress your mind and cause frustration which will add to your stress. Listen to your body, treat it well and give it rest when needed. 

Blessings. Count your blessings not your problems, 

Forgiveness. Forgiving yourself and others will set you free from the stress that holding grudges cause.

Spontaneity. Practicing spontaneity once in a while will alleviate the drudgery of routine. and boredom.

Surprises. Cherish surprises in life, they may not be what you expected but it may be what you needed.

Vulnerability. Allow yourself to real, open and authentic.  Tear down any emotional brick walls you have built around you and feel every exquisite emotion, both good and bad.

Attitude. Having a good one.

Walking. Take one, it removes cobwebs from the brain.

Music. Enjoy it, it soothes the mind.

Massage. Treat yourself to a full body massage.

Expectationless. Stop trying to live up to the expectations of other people. No matter how much progress you make there will always be the people who insist that whatever you’ve achieved you could have done more. 

Giving. Be a giving person not a taking person.

Godly. Be a godly person instead of a religious person.

Praise. Be a praiser not a complainer. 

A small dose of stress that gives you a burst of energy is helpful. 

However, stress in unhealthy doses is a energy zapper, a mind fogger, a body stopper, a peace snapper and a enjoyment blocker.
Stress is a part of living, learn to manage it by adapting the stress reliefs suggested above and  it’s always wise to plow your anger and frustration into something positive. One thing is for sure: Regardless of the situation, life goes on.


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