Dr. Doug's Stress Tips - Podcast/Audio

This fascinating podcast by Dr. Doug Lisle gives us an accurate model by which we can better understand how people can fundamentally differ from each other. This is really very valuable to learn because it can have a major impact on helping us understand our relationships and choosing them wisely. The truth of this new understanding, which dates to the 1980s,...

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In today's world, when we have so many time-saving devices, why are we under more time pressure and stress than ever before?  It's because people are overcommitted. You may have too many strong forces competing for your attention: your job and your family and your church and the PTA and your kids' school and your in-laws and your friends. In...

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It’s natural for people under stress to want to escape and leave a situation. Sometimes that’s a useful thing to do.  But sometimes what we really want to do is look at how a person’s time and energy are being organized, and explore how they are viewing the situations that are driving their stress. The fundamental thing that causes stress...

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Stress is rooted in conflict. Whether we're talking about the smartest people in the world or a little gopher in your garden, life is full of decisions and conflicts about what to do and when to do it. Entwined in our decision-making process is a critical self-assessment:  our “perceived probability of success” in managing each conflict. In this initial podcast...

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