Feeling Unsettled by Unsettling World Events Four Steps to Reduce Stress It’s easy to feel unsettled when we hear unsettling news on television or social media, particularly when several events happen at once. The combination of Kobe Bryant’s death, the fires in Australia, and the spread of the Corona virus, can trigger an escalation of
16 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Stress by Erika M. Krueger, MFT According to the American Psychological Association, stress in America is on the rise. In 2010, 73% of parents surveyed reported family “responsibilities” to be the number one reason for stress in their lives. Thirty-two percent of parents reported their individual stress to be
Santa’s Tips for a Stress-Free Holiday Season by Santa Claus and Ken Goodman, LCSW If anyone knows how stressful the holiday season can be, it’s Santa Claus. I’ve often wondered how he’s able to keep his cool when things heat up at the North Pole. I recently interviewed Santa and asked him how he handles holiday stress.
My Gut Reaction: Stress and the Brain-Gut Connection by Ken Goodman, LCSW Stomach problems are one of the most common symptoms of stress. Our gastrointestinal tract, also known as our gut, is especially sensitive to stress and emotions. Because of this, stress can exact a very real physical toll on your digestive system and greatly