Relieve Stress by Getting In-Control

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“When we long for life without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure,” said Peter Marshall, former pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, who also twice served as Chaplain of the United States Senate.

Call it difficulties, tragedies or problems, some people face catastrophic events like hurricanes, job loss, divorce or automobile accidents without great stress in their lives. Others find enormous difficulty coping with the same chaotic circumstances, feeling overwhelmed ...

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Create patios for “downtime”

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No matter where you live, summer, patio living and relaxation all require energy that provides peace, quiet and the opportunity to rest, read a book and step out of the fast lane. Life changes for many of you when summer arrives. The children are out of school so there are fewer scheduling conflicts. Shopping and running errands take less time because they can be run at times when fewer people are at the store so more time is gratefully spent on your patios, around ...

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Unclutter your world

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A number of fearful looks appear on customers’ and students’ faces when I suggest that clutter and stagnant energy might be at the root of the dilemmas they are dealing with. In fact fear strikes at the heart of many when I ask “why are you keeping years of magazines that date back to 1935, letters your husband’s grandmother sent him as a child or dime store jewelry that was handed down from your great aunt’s mother that you never wear”? Often there is no ...

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Have you overcome the “hurricane blues”

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So many people I’ve spoken to recently are still struggling with what I call the “hurricane blues”. Their houses are still in utter chaos because of re-construction, their cages are still is disrepair or their offices were damaged but when repaired are just not the same. Their lives have been put on hold and their belongings are crammed into storage pods or scattered in various rooms throughout the house. Even for those of us that did not sustain major damage to our homes or ...

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Can you have too many pictures

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Is it possible to have too many pictures hanging on your walls and placed so carefully on your tables, dresser, bookshelves, window sills and desk? Do walls and furniture tops need to breath and have space for energy to slowly meander? Are you personally affected by the energy of the pictures you’ve surrounded yourself with? Can you have too many eyes (family pictures) watching you when you work or sleep? Do the pictures in your bedroom over stimulate you when you are ready to sleep ...

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