Tuesday, August 20, 2013

How To Destress Yourself Quickly

How to destress yourself quickly is what I wanna blog about today.

Hey, hey!  How are you?  Summer is winding down, and that means the stress begins.  We gotta get ready, or our kids ready, for school, and we have to go shopping, and we have to do paperwork, and we have to, have to, have to...  Don't we?

The busiest time of the year for stress begins in September and follows through just after taxes are done in April.  When September comes, I usually take the entire month off but last year I had to get to getting, helping people with stress.  Therefore, my holiday was cut short.

Okay, so I want to give you a way to destress yourself quickly, sound good?  This exercise works wonders when you are really ticked off at someone, or they are causing you a whole lotta stress.

Here we go...

Find yourself in a quiet, uninterrupted environment, for at least 5 minutes.

Take a deep breath in through your nose, and exhale through your mouth while you imagine all the tension leaving your body.

Now, imagine yourself in the most beautiful, serene, and quiet paradise with a waterfall.

Got it?

Now, imagine yourself slowly entering the tempered water pool that is created by the waterfall.

Take a deep breath, and then imagine yourself wrapping your hands around that person's neck, the person that is getting on your last nerve, dunk their head into the water and hold them there.  As you let them up, ask them if they are going to get off your back.  As they beg for your forgiveness and tell you that they will never do it again, dunk their head again.

When you let them up, tell them, "From now on you will address me as King/Queen of the world."  And as they agree, let them go, and walk away.


You know that is funny!  You cannot deny the funniness of that! 

Ha Ha Ha!  I am still laughing.

There you go!  How to destress yourself quickly, the only way, with a laugh.

WARNING!!!  DO NOT DO IT FOR REAL!!!  It just won't be funny.

Disclaimer...  If you do it for real, it is not my fault, I told you not to.

I love you!  I really do!

Have a lovely, lovely week.

Speak soon...

Elizabeth Stanfill

If you really want to know how to destress yourself quickly, read one of my best-selling books, HOW TO DESTRESS, or EMS STRESS