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Ever sat in a class, hoping the teacher won’t look at you, or even worse ask you a question in front of everybody.

 
PRLog - Dec. 24, 2012 - Ever sat in a class, hoping the teacher won’t look at you, or even worse ask you a question in front of everybody. Have you been to a talk and really wanted to ask a question but didn’t just in case other people might be critical? How many possibly helpful things have you NOT done because you have avoided the situation.

Avoiding everyday things we know we need to do is a sure sign of stress. When we stress out about doing something we know could be helpful, we will often behave as if the situation is much worse than it really is. Avoiding truly bad stuff is important to do, like walking around dangerous neighbourhoods after dark. But NOT having that difficult conversation at work or running that presentation could hold us back in life. Avoiding the everyday uncomfortable stuff is unhealthy and if you are doing this then you probably already know you need to do something about it.

There is lots of Stress Management (https://www.calmconfidentme.com/stress-management-techniques) help out there, unfortunately it is almost all aimed at relieving the symptoms of stress. Acupuncture, aromatherapy, massage, worry beads, stress balls, breathing exercises, yoga and jogging all work on helping us after we become stressed. “Man, I am so stressed I just have to have a surf”, first you get stressed then you relieve the symptoms. Well how about this for an idea, treat the cause of stress and stop or reduce the stress before it gets you.

Treating the cause of stress is both easy and hard. Like football, it’s easy to understand you need to control the ball but in a game it’s much harder to do. Now you wouldn’t expect to improve your football or tennis without some sort of help and the same is true for learning how to deal with stress. Getting an individual coach could be expensive, time consuming and personally intrusive even if you could find someone who knows what to do and how to work with you. Fortunately there is a short cut to learning the causes of stress and how to deal with them. A new stress reduction program (https://www.calmconfidentme.com/stress-reduction-program) called Calm Confident Me packages the best of therapy techniques and practical experience in an 8 week self-improvement program. It is available for download at www.CalmConfidentMe.com and is written by a Masters qualified counselor with over 15 years of practical experience. Because it’s self-paced learning you work in the privacy of your own home. There are no waiting rooms or hassles with appointments and it comes with a sixty day money back guarantee. You can’t lose.

Calm Confident Me uses a practical, easy to understand approach to self-understanding and self-control. Once you know in everyday terms what it is you are doing to stress yourself out and simple ways to manage your stress reactions you can relax more and get on with enjoying your life. Try it out with a money back guarantee in the privacy of your own home; Calm Confident Me teaches stress management techniques to help you build self confidence, become calmer and happier. It’s a recipe for personal success.

CalmConfidentMe is an online business selling a digital self-education stress management program. We believe that clients can live better through a neuroscience approach to skills training.

For more information –
Calm Confident Me
Ian Berghofer
ianbmail@aol.com
infocalmconfidentme@gmail.com
PO Box 1221 Elanora P.O. Qld Australia 4221

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