Often when people are feeling overwhelmed with stress and anxiety their focus is primarily on dealing with the most pressing issue in order to relieve some of the pressure.
Living life this way, simply putting out the largest fire at the time can become stressful itself and lead to feeling discouraged wondering if things will ever REALLY get any better.
Dr. Michael Frisch, a Baylor University professor and pioneer in the increasingly popular field of positive psychology, has found 16 different areas of life that contribute to a person’s happiness.
By putting in place a stress relief program incorporating some of these activities that are known to increase overall happiness you will also experience short-term stress relief. Once this new “general state of happiness” lifestyle becomes habit you’ll be better able to handle any future stress in your life.
Check out the list of 16 areas and resource materials for each one by clicking the link below.
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