Stress relief. Even just saying that brings more stress!

May is a funny month, isn’t it? There’s so much excitement with the end of the school year, the coming of summertime, and the stress that comes with it seems to skyrocket.

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There’s stress to plan the perfect summer, there’s stress to end the school year the right way, there’s stress to get back in shape, there’s stress for just about everything under the sun.

And we think that’s kind of unnecessary.

Some stress is good, but some stress… just isn’t. Our goal this week is to help you uncover some stress relief in the middle of trying to navigate the natural stress of life.

This post is one in a series called “10 Questions.” Check back each week for another 10 question exercise to discover you, your goals, your gifts, and to help find a direction in various aspects of your life. These prompts are not medical advice or intended to replace work with a licensed therapist. 

10 questions to uncover stress relief
Use this 10 question exercise to help uncover stress relief!
  1. My current stressors include…
  2. Stress makes my body feel like…
  3. Stress is positive when…
  4. Stress is negative when…
  5. The opposite of stress is…
  6. If I took an hour for myself, I would…
  7. I relax when I experience…
  8. I feel physical stress relief when…
  9. I feel emotional stress relief when…
  10. To feel relief from stress, I need support from…
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