Much of how we perceive stress is wrong. We treat stress like an emotion. But it's not. We assume all stress is bad. But it's not. We think the key to a better life is avoiding stress. But it's not. How your mindsets help or hurt you? Take the Stress Mindset Quiz
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People are great and listing their strategies, averaging 10+ things stressing them out. But the average amount of coping strategies? 4. Even more surprising is the reliance on one strategy: distraction. Here's how to diversify your destressing.
There's no question that today's young adults are feeling intense levels of stress. 31% of all teens report feeling overwhelmed, depressed or sad as a result of stress 36% of teens report fatigue or feeling tired 23% report skipping a meal due to stress 2x as many students report their stress is getting worse compared … Continue reading Stepping Off Our Stress Box
"My friend told me I should talk to you. I'm really struggling and I didn't know who else to talk to..." Frequently, students come to my room, starting conversations like this. Some of them I have in class. Some I've never met. I work with them after school or during their lunch, listening to their … Continue reading Why Teens Don’t Talk to Us
My wife and I love to play a game called, "Y'know what blows my mind?" It consists of one of us randomly ranting about things that blow our mind -- things beyond our comprehension. Outer space. How tiny humans grow inside larger humans. How our voices can be made into invisible data, thrown into the … Continue reading 7 Books About the Brain Every Teacher Should Read