Thursday, January 15th, 2015 Focus: When my body and psyche sound the alarm, my job is to listen and redirect my life.


Negative life choices steal your peace of mind and eclipse your well-being. I encourage you to get rid of everything you neither need nor want in your life. This includes anything from old sneakers to outmoded dreams.

It may be hard to believe, but you have both negative and positive stress reactions. Negative stress responses include feeling anxious or scared. But adrenaline also flows with positive stressors, such as starting a business, falling in love with an idea, or painting a gorgeous sunset for the first time.

Too much of either positive or negative stress can result in stress overload, commonly known as “burnout.” Burnout occurs when you blow your circuits and feel physically and emotionally exhausted. If you strive endlessly to meet unrealistic expectations, you may come to a standstill. As uncomfortable as it is, burnout can often launch dramatic positive changes. When your body and psyche sound the alarm, your job is to listen and redirect your life.

Excerpted from the article:
Are You Vulnerable to Burnout?
Written by Gail McMeekin.

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