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Stress and Resilience

We live in a stressful world. Resilience is having the skills or attributes to recover quickly from a mental, physical or emotional crisis. Some individuals seem to have a natural ability to bounce back from adverse circumstances. Others have to learn how to become resilient.

Coping after the Presidential Election

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Building Resilience to Stress

35 Proven Stress Reducers

Balancing Work and Family

Building Resilience to Stress

Coping Tips During Challenging Times

Practices to Manage Stress

Resilience: Being Able to Bounce Back

Resources to Support Resilience at Partners Entities

Stress Management

Understanding and Managing Stress

Special Topics

Disasters/Tragedies

Managing Your Response to the Release of the Film Patriot's Day about the Boston Marathon Bombing
 

Holiday/Seasonal

Beat Winter Stress


Increase Your Holiday Joy 

Strategies for the Holidays 

Other

Parental Stress Resources

September is National Yoga Month

Techniques to Cope with Uncertainty and Stess in the Workplace




Click here for free, anonymous screening if you think this is more than stress.

For more information or to discuss stress and resilience concerns please contact Partners Employee Assistance Program at 1-866-724-4EAP.

In case of emergency, please call 911 or your local hospital emergency service.
 

 


This content was last modified on: 12/28/2016

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