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Dealing With Stress quotes by Clifford Cohen
#1. The best advice I ever received came from my mother: "Do at least one fun thing every day. #Quote by Clifford Cohen
Dealing With Stress quotes by Gudjon Bergmann
#2. The worst possible approach to a problem is waiting until it becomes overwhelming or irreversible, and that is exactly what many people do. They put dealing with stress on the backburner until they start to experience all the worst symptoms of stress, and by then, it may be too late! #Quote by Gudjon Bergmann
Dealing With Stress quotes by Kate Nash
#3. People don't know how to deal with stress and depression, so they're nasty to other people because it makes them feel better about themselves. #Quote by Kate Nash
Dealing With Stress quotes by Timothy Keller
#4. If you're a Christian how do you deal with stress without Jesus? You don't. #Quote by Timothy Keller
Dealing With Stress quotes by Charles Duhigg
#5. One of them told me the craving disappeared as soon as we turned the electricity on," Mueller said. "Then, we turned it off, and the craving came back immediately." Eradicating the alcoholics' neurological cravings, however, wasn't enough to stop their drinking habits. Four of them relapsed soon after the surgery, usually after a stressful event. They picked up a bottle because that's how they automatically dealt with anxiety. However, once they learned alternate routines for dealing with stress, the drinking stopped for good. One patient, for instance, attended AA meetings. Others went to therapy. And once they incorporated those new routines for coping with stress and anxiety into their lives, the successes were dramatic. The man who had gone to detox sixty times never had another drink. Two other patients had started drinking at twelve, were alcoholics by eighteen, drank every day, and now have been sober for four years. #Quote by Charles Duhigg
Dealing With Stress quotes by Al Franken
#6. Being a comedian, you're under pressure. You have to deal with stress and pressure to perform - to deal with pressure without stress. #Quote by Al Franken
Dealing With Stress quotes by Debasish Mridha
#7. Stress often comes from speed. So slow down, be simple, enjoy the profound beauty of the little flowers. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Dealing With Stress quotes by Porochista Khakpour
#8. And the deal with so many chronic illnesses is that most people won't want to believe you. They will tell you that you look great, that it might be in your head only, that it is likely stress, that everything is okay. None of these are the right things to say to someone whose entire existence is a fairly consistent torture of the body and mind. They say it because they are well-intentioned usually, because they wish you the best, but they also say it because you make them uncomfortable. Your existence is evidence of death. . . . #Quote by Porochista Khakpour
Dealing With Stress quotes by Melissa Walker
#9. The Drama Years is filled with heart-stirring stories, just-been-there advice from recent teens and practical, actionable tips for parents. It's full of real girls talking about everything from stress and body image to love and materialism. Reading this book, I cringed in recognition of my own drama years, just wishing this book had been around back then and so grateful I'll have it as a guide for my own daughter. #Quote by Melissa Walker
Dealing With Stress quotes by Vivek Wadhwa
#10. The best way of dealing with the press, customers, and critics is to come clean when things go wrong and admit when you make a mistake. We are humans, and no one expects us to be perfect. #Quote by Vivek Wadhwa
Dealing With Stress quotes by Heidi Hanna
#11. How many stress symptoms, illnesses, or injuries do we need to suffer through before we recognize that our obsession with perfectionism enslaves us to crave more - despite wearing ourselves out to the point of exhaustion? #Quote by Heidi Hanna
Dealing With Stress quotes by Mary Robertson
#12. When we arrived in England, we could almost feel the excitement in the air. Banners, pictures, and other decorations hung everywhere, and the streets were packed with people waiting to celebrate the wedding of the century. The formal party in honor of the royal match was held on the evening of Monday, July 27--two nights before the wedding. That day I felt nervous with anticipation as I lunched with a friend and went to the hairdresser. Pat met Exxon colleagues for lunch near their office in Mayfair. As he described our plans for the upcoming ball and wedding, Pat began to feel totally overwhelmed by the importance and glamour of these royal events. So my darling husband excused himself, walked over to Green Park just across from the palace, and simply collapsed with nervous strain to nap on a quiet patch of grass for the afternoon. I've always envied his ability to tune out and relax when he's under stress; I get tense and can't eat or sleep. #Quote by Mary Robertson
Dealing With Stress quotes by Phil Klay
#13. With fiction, you can take something that bothers you, or that you don't have in clear focus, and you can put it under as much stress as you want. Really get underneath the skin. With nonfiction, you're restricted to what happened. #Quote by Phil Klay
Dealing With Stress quotes by David Graeber
#14. The result often leaves those forced to deal with bureaucratic administration with the impression that they are dealing with people who have for some arbitrary reason decided to put on a set of glasses that only allows them to see only 2 percent of what's in front of them. #Quote by David Graeber
Dealing With Stress quotes by Constance Chuks Friday
#15. Don't judge a man by his controversies. Anyone could find him or herself dealing with issues. What matters is how they deal with it. #Quote by Constance Chuks Friday
Dealing With Stress quotes by Mark Suster
#16. Being a startup entrepreneur is not for everybody and it's not the only desirable career choice. I also know that many people have families and cost obligations that don't allow the kinds of financial risks associated with starting a company. And for others the hours, stresses and sacrifices in personal relationships are not worth it. #Quote by Mark Suster
Dealing With Stress quotes by Eugene H. Peterson
#17. We live in a culture that has replaced soul with self. This reduction turns people into either problems or consumers. Insofar as we acquiesce in that replacement, we gradually but surely regress in our identity, for we end up thinking of ourselves and dealing with others in marketplace terms: everyone we meet is either a potential recruit to join our enterprise or a potential consumer for what we are selling; or we ourselves are the potential recruits and consumers. Neither we nor our friends have any dignity just as we are, only in terms of how we or they can be used. #Quote by Eugene H. Peterson
Dealing With Stress quotes by Nicholas Day
#18. The psychologist Jerome Kagan has argued that parenting has a threshold function: up until that threshold is crossed, the effects of a child's very early experience even out in the end. But parenting that crosses the threshold - abuse, stress, utter indifference - can sink in deep, especially if the baby remains in that environment. There's a lot to be said for this perspective on parenthood, not least that it offers well-meaning parents some relief from scaremongering. It also accounts for the astounding flexibility of the human infant: he is game for the craziest parenting stuff you can come up with. #Quote by Nicholas Day
Dealing With Stress quotes by Erich Fromm
#19. If faith cannot be reconciled with rational thinking, it has to be eliminated as an anachronistic remnant of earlier stages of culture and replaced by science dealing with facts and theories which are intelligible and can be validated. #Quote by Erich Fromm
Dealing With Stress quotes by J.G. Ballard
#20. In the past we have always assumed that the external world around us has represented reality, however confusing or uncertain, and that the inner world of our minds, its dreams, hopes, ambitions, represented the realm of fantasy, and the imagination. These roles, it seems to me, have been reversed. The most prudent and effective method of dealing with the world around us is to assume that it is a complete fiction - conversely, the one small node of reality left to us is inside of our own heads. #Quote by J.G. Ballard
Dealing With Stress quotes by Hermann Hesse
#21. When dealing with the insane, the best method is to pretend to be sane. #Quote by Hermann Hesse
Dealing With Stress quotes by Andre Siegfried
#22. There is a striking parallel between the spreading of germs and the spreading of ideas or propaganda. On the one hand we are dealing with a virus which can be transported and transmitted under certain conditions which favor or limit its transportation or transmission: on the other hand with ideas, religions, and doctrines, which can be described as germs, benevolent or malevolent, according to the point of view one takes up. These germs can either remain at their source and be sterile, or emerge in the spreading of infection. #Quote by Andre Siegfried
Dealing With Stress quotes by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
#23. Great Britain, for instance, is too big and too diverse to be home to a small-island civilization, but in modern times the English - though not, I think, other peoples of the island - have cultivated what might be called a small-island mentality: all their most tiresome history books stress, sometimes in their opening words, that their history is a function of their insularity. They still write and read histories with such titles as Our Island Story and The Offshore Islanders.4The conviction that their island "arose from the azure main" and is like a gem "set in the silver sea" resounds in national songs and scraps of verse which they hear repeatedly. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the English invested heavily in naval security. They created the cult of the "English eccentric" - which is a way of idealizing the outcome of isolation. They have projected an image as "a singular race, one which prides itself on being a little mad. #Quote by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
Dealing With Stress quotes by Benedict Jacka
#24. Human beings tend to react better to good-looking people. It's called the halo effect - someone's attractive, so you trust them more. It's natural, which makes it a hard habit to break, but once you start dealing with magical creatures you'd better learn to break it, and fast, because some of the most vicious things out there can make themselves look like absolute angels. Like unicorns. Don't get me started on unicorns. For some reason everyone has this idealised image of them as beautiful innocent snowflakes. Beautiful, yes. Innocent, no. After you've had one of the little bastards try and kebab you, you wise up quick. #Quote by Benedict Jacka
Dealing With Stress quotes by Barbara Kingsolver
#25. Might call it a great passion. When the true name of what we're dealing with is greed, or lust. We all have the special talent of believing in a falsehood, and believing it devoutly, when we want it to be true. #Quote by Barbara Kingsolver
Dealing With Stress quotes by Stewart Brand
#26. The sociologist Elise Boulding diagnosed the problem of our times as "temporal exhaustion": "If one is mentally out of breath all the time from dealing with the present, there is no energy left for imaging the future. #Quote by Stewart Brand
Dealing With Stress quotes by Alain De Botton
#27. Mary in Christianity, Isis in ancient Egypt, Demeter in Greece, Venus in Rome and Guan Yin in China have all functioned as conduits to recollections of early tenderness. Their statues often stand in darkened, womb-like spaces, their faces are compassionate and supportive, they enable us to sit, talk and cry with them. The similarities between them are too great to be coincidental. We are dealing here with figures that have evolved not out of shared cultural origins but in response to the universal needs of the human psyche. #Quote by Alain De Botton
Dealing With Stress quotes by Margaret Chan
#28. We cannot think of the old days when we were dealing with SARS. It's a totally different ballgame now. #Quote by Margaret Chan
Dealing With Stress quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#29. The humanity of famous intellectuals lies in being wrong with gracious courtesy when dealing with those who are not famous. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Dealing With Stress quotes by Robert M. Sapolsky
#30. Prior to the monotheistic Yahweh, the gods made sense, in that they had familiar, if supra-human appetites - they didn't just want a lamb shank, they wanted the best lamb shank, wanted to seduce all the wood nymphs, and so on. But the early Jews invented a god with none of those desires, who was so utterly unfathomable, unknowable, as to be pants-wettingly terrifying. So even if His actions are mysterious, when He intervenes you at least get the stress-reducing advantages of attribution - it may not be clear what the deity is up to, but you at least know who is responsible for the locust swarm or the winning lottery ticket. There is Purpose lurking, as an antidote to the existential void. #Quote by Robert M. Sapolsky
Dealing With Stress quotes by Hayley Williams
#31. What motivates me is seeing people in the crowd and wondering what they're going home to and what they're dealing with, and knowing that for the time being we're their escape. #Quote by Hayley Williams
Dealing With Stress quotes by Tom Clancy
#32. If you want to kick the tiger in his ass you'd better have a plan for dealing with his teeth #Quote by Tom Clancy
Dealing With Stress quotes by Pierre Lieutaghi
#33. Forests are places where we can get back in touch with our inner selves, where we can walk on soft ground, breathe in natural scents, taste berries, listen to the leaves crackling - all the senses are awakened in the subdued light and stress melts away like snow in the snow. #Quote by Pierre Lieutaghi
Dealing With Stress quotes by Harold Laski
#34. A second-class mind dealing with third-class material is hardly a necessity of life. #Quote by Harold Laski
Dealing With Stress quotes by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
#35. Nowadays, when more subtle studies and more refined taste
have reduced the art of pleasing into principles, a vile and
misleading uniformity governs our customs, and all minds seem
to have been cast in the same mould: incessantly politeness
makes demands, propriety issues orders, and incessantly people
follow customary usage, never their own inclinations. One does
not dare to appear as what one is. And in this perpetual
constraint, men who make up this herd we call society, placed in
the same circumstances, will all do the same things, unless more
powerful motives prevent them. Thus, one will never know well
the person one is dealing with. #Quote by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Dealing With Stress quotes by Francesca Lia Block
#36. I try to see the dark and light in everything. This is my way of comforting myself when I am dealing with those emotions. #Quote by Francesca Lia Block
Dealing With Stress quotes by Amanda Ripley
#37. The health of your family or your office or your city directly affects the health of it after. The better you are at handling high-stress situations with little information, those skills lead to resilience and the ability to recover afterward. #Quote by Amanda Ripley
Dealing With Stress quotes by Mackenzie Phillips
#38. You never know what someone is dealing with behind closed doors. You only know what you see or what you think you see. #Quote by Mackenzie Phillips
Dealing With Stress quotes by William Faulkner
#39. He was looking forward to his visit not only for the pleasure of the shrewd dealing which far transcended mere gross profit, but with the sheer happiness of being out of bed and moving once more at free will, even though a little weakly, in the sun and air which men drank and moved in and talked and dealt with one another - a pleasure no small part of which lay in the fact that he had not started yet and was absolutely nothing under heaven to make him start until he wanted to. He did not still feel weak, he was merely luxuriating in that supremely gutful lassitude of convalescence in which time, hurry, doing, did not exist, the accumulating seconds and minutes and hours to which in its well state the body's slave both waking and sleeping, now reversed and time now the lip-server and mendicant to the body's pleasure instead of the body thrall to time's headlong course. #Quote by William Faulkner
Dealing With Stress quotes by Michael Moriarty
#40. I hate going to L.A. and dealing with the contempt people have for television and television actors. It's unbelievable the kind of attitude people take toward what is the most exciting medium we've got right now. #Quote by Michael Moriarty
Dealing With Stress quotes by Avi Arad
#41. No one bothered reading the books and understanding - and again, I'm not being high-falutin' about it - but I think our books are great literature with great metaphors of real life dealing with fears and hopes. #Quote by Avi Arad
Dealing With Stress quotes by Alex Garland
#42. I don't like dealing with money transactions in poor countries. I get confused between the feeling that I shouldn't haggle with poverty and getting ripped off #Quote by Alex Garland
Dealing With Stress quotes by Scott Adams
#43. Insanity is always a reasonable diagnosis when you're dealing with writers and artists. Sometimes the only real difference between crazy people and artists is that artists write down what they imagine seeing. In the past few decades, hardly a week has gone by without a reader of my blog questioning my mental health. I understand that; I've read my writing too. #Quote by Scott Adams

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