Tag Archives: stress

Gradually Losing Interest

In this article on burnout by Emily Guendelsberger, she discusses how research scientists induce depression in rats: It turns out you don’t need to traumatize them. The most reliable protocol is “chronic mild stress.” There are many methods of making the lives of experimental animals mildly but chronically miserable– a cage floor that administers random …

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Overcoming Adversity:

Dr. Abraham Twerski on responding to stress and fear:

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Like a Storm

“When a feeling of sadness, despair, or anger arises, we should stop what we are doing in order to go home to ourselves and take care. We can sit or lie down and begin to practice mindful breathing. The daily practice of breathing can be very helpful. A strong emotion is like a storm, and …

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Don’t Sweat

Sherman’s Lagoon is on the web HERE.

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Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

The number one cause of stress and anxiety in my life has always boiled down to, “Things are changing and I don’t like it.” Reruns of Calvin and Hobbes are on the web HERE.

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