Managing Your Stress in Real Life
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Everyone gets angry sometimes, but if you find that you’re becoming angry all the time, you need to get a grip because too much anger causes stress and harms your physical well-being. Find out how to reduce and control your anger to keep it from getting the best of you.
Although worrying can be good when it motivates you to take action, excessive worry can be debilitating. Manage your stress by discovering how to control your worrying.
Some people just rub you the wrong way. Find ways to interact with demanding, rude, or annoying people without letting your stress levels rise.
Whether you’re dealing with a lack of job security, too many responsibilities, office politics, or simply ...