Karen Ensle Ed.D., RD, FADA, CFCS
Family & Community Health Sciences Educator
Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County
Stress management isn't a quick fix you use only in emergencies. Rather, it's a set of tools you can use to deal with the big and little issues that arise every day. It's a good idea to keep your “toolbox” ready to add a few new techniques to your collection from time to time.
Perhaps you've mastered new time management techniques or you've learned to control your anger under pressure. Making a commitment to practice stress prevention strategies will pay off over time. Stress is more likely to rear its ugly head if you're not taking care of yourself. So, remember these seven strategies can help you stay on course:
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