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    Ara Simmons
    Engaging the thinking parts of our brain to reduce stress
    10 April
    Public discussion Created by Ara Simmons

    The way we think about adversity matters.

    The following two quick tips serve up how we can reduce our otherwise stress related responses that we may have. 

    Sometimes we may be the voice of calm as leaders (designated or undesignated) trying to support and sooth the stress responses of others. Have you found any other useful ways that work?


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