Friday, November 11, 2011


Looking at my stats indicates stress is high and people want to know how to destress.

I've decided to provide links to some articles so that people can find ways to destress. 

Yesterday, I read that a lot of people read the internet from their phones and it is easier, for them, if they have links to click.  So, by design, I am making this post for all those who are searching for the phrase, 'how to destress yourself,' on their phone.

I don't know about you, but I think modern technology is really cool.  I also think, that if you have a business, passion, or service, and you do not have an active website, you are missing out on an abundance of opportunities and possibilities.

I'm talking about engagement!

There are people all over the world that I have been able to connect with and help, and they have helped me, and none of it would have been possible if it weren't for the internet and modern technology.  

Here are some blog posts that might help you Destress Yourself.

Destress Your Day, is a great place to start on the journey of destressing yourself.

A little bit about me and How I Destress Myself, might help.

Here is a post if you are developing stress from your boss.

And finally, this is a big one, Destress Yourself So You Can Sleep.

Hope that helps.  It sho seems like stress is very high for a whole lotta people.

Even my son seems stressed out.  He he he...  I don't say a word to him because I do not, and won't say a word to any family and friends who are obviously stressed out. It is my belief that unsolicited advice indirectly says, "here is how you can be better," which in essence says, "you are not good enough."

Trust me! I have a few female friends and relatives who give me advice on how I can look better because they think I should look better. Guess what? I love the way I look, and I look and dress like this on purpose because it's what I like. 

Sometimes someone will ask me for advice, and then I am more than happy to help and will speak the words of faith, which is the opposite of fear aka stress. I am only happy to help anyone understand that with faith, things are always much better than doubt, fear, and worry, aka stress.  Rarely do I even mention the word stress unless I want to make them mad or get them on the defensive.


When you are in the field of Human Behavior, many people think you are analyzing them, and sometimes I do. Nevertheless, I try my hardest not to analyze, judge, or fix anyone.  

The reason I'm not a therapist is because I do not want to fix anyone.  What I do want to do is be a healing help to those who want it.  Most people don't really need therapy, they just need to overcome the habitual ways of thinking with worry and fear, and find their purpose and passion.

I hope you have a great weekend.  

Don't forget to have fun and be playful, no matter what you end up doing.


Elizabeth Stanfill