Introducing Stress

Introducing stress





Gain a deeper understanding of the thing that can both destroy and create. Great conversation and emotional learning. It will help you in some way.





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Stress overload makes us stupid. Solid research proves it. When we get overstressed, it creates a nasty chemical soup in our brains that makes it hard to pull out of the anxious depressive spiral. - Gail Sheehy

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We are excited to have you here for this course. It is a very informative and educational discussion to help you understand the role of stress.

We have learned so much about stress and once you become more educated on it, it can benefit you in ways we can’t imagine.

However, the common response to stress is anxiety, uncontrolled emotions, negative habit formation, and damaging communication.

In this course our goal was to discuss as many different points of view of stress as we could. It was a challenge to edit to keep it manageable for your schedule because it is all so important.

We hope that we meet our goal of helping you understand some things that will help you understand and manage your stress. To live mentally well.

Learning Objectives :

Introductory Video to the course

Please take the PSS stress test. This will give you an idea of how you are managing your own stress levels.


Included in membership

access until February 28, 2020 12:00 am

Introducing Stress Course (independant course)


This is a self directed learning option. You purchase the course and complete on your own.

Introduction Stress Course with Counceling support


This is a great option. You take the course and then sit with one of our facilitators or counselors and discuss what you learned and we can answer any questions you may have.