One of the many downsides to stress is the creeping belief settling in your mind that maybe you can’t ever be calm. We hope that by this stage you’ll feel more confident in your analysis of why you find yourself stressed and that this gives you the a-ha moments of recognizing what’s going on in your brain and how this affects you. These a-ha moments are your launch pad for learning to be calm. We hope that the research and the advice from our experts has already reassured you that yes, it’s possible to change.

In Part One we focused on what it really means to be calm, steering you towards a new definition based on being your best you as well as developing the skill of calm for when it’s necessary. Then ...

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