How To Better Manage Stress | Mental Health Monday Show | August 24, 2020

"If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles." -- Doug Larson

I remember in fall of 2019 sitting in a seminar, listening to how I should make 2020 my year, and the 2020's my decade.  I was told that I shouldn't let another year or another decade slip through my fingers without making my mark on life.

And then BANG.. Covid-19 hit and the ensuing shut down.  

Boy, the media ran with pandemic sensationalism non-stop ever since.

As if we needed THAT stress on top of everything else we have to deal with in our lives, on a day-to-day and week-to-week basis.

Did you know that stress-related illnesses, according to the World Health Organization, cost the global economy ONE TRILLION dollars ($1,000,000,000,000.00) every year?  Think about it.. that is HALF the value of Apple LOST to stress-related illnesses, every year!

In this week's show, I talk about the signs and symptoms of stress, and some suggestions on how to better manage stress in your life.

Below is this week's Mental Health Monday Show.  

"There is more to life than increasing its speed." -- Mahatma Gandhi

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Thomas Detert is a Certified High Performance Coach(TM), mental health blogger and advocate.  He is the founder of Defying Depression: an online self-help movement that encourages those suffering with anxiety and depression to learn how they can help themselves. 

Visit https://www.DefyingDepression.com to learn more.

Be sure to visit our YouTube channel for helpful videos about depression:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ6Pc47mbH8or8fdHyWk-eg

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