Manage Your Stress

Manage Your Stress
YOUR STRESS MANAGEMENT MINUTE
Because Less Stress is Best!TM
Photo Credit: Sheryl Sinkow PhotographyWe know stress can be a bummer, especially in those cold winter months, so we’re teaming up with one of the best stress management gurus in the country, Michelle Courtney Berry of Courtney Consulting Enterprises, LLC, to give you weekly tips on managing your stress and feeling better! Michelle is an internationally certified critical incident stress expert, a speaker, writer, mother, blogger, serial entrepreneur, author, experienced fundraiser and brand management executive…and she’s here to help you manage your stress in easy, no-hassle ways.
The “Your Stress Management Minute”TM initiative features on-going news and information, weekly 60-sec. PSA ‘s and interviews, as well as guest appearances, community workshops and relevant tips and strategies designed to help listeners manage stress, change and get help for trauma by de-stigmitizing mental health concerns, like depression among others.
Here’s a sneak preview of how Michelle will help YOU deal with whatever stress life throws at you: 
  • weight loss and weight management
  • emotional eating/smoking
  • “storm trauma”
  • dealing with critical incident stress and grief
  • job hunting and the economy
  • grief and loss
  • the importance of setting boundaries and asking for help
  • depression awareness
  • signs of stress
  • managing dealing with difficult co-workers, bosses and relationships

And a special series on MANAGING HOLIDAY STRESS and more.  In case you missed any moments of stress management, don’t worry!  Check back for podcasts of all things related to “Your Stress Management Minute”TM.


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