Thriving on Stress 6-(1) “LIFESTYLE CHANGES” by NAVY Stress Management


Each day brings its share of decisions, big and small, that involve thinking through our thoughts feelings, .  We respond best when we are flexible in our thinking and tolerant of our own feelings –  without necessarily acting on every impulse.

Just because someone behaves in a way that makes you angry does not mean that you need to lash out.  The choices we make in connection with everyday thoughts, feelings, and behavior result in either successful management or mismanagement  of our stress. dd


God, grant me / the Serenity / to Accept the things /  I cannot change, /  the Courage to change, /  the things I can, and /  the Wisdom  to know /  the difference.

2012-09-14 11.40.54





About TaeHun Yoon

Retired Pastor of the United Methodist Church
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