Today I am visiting my friend Jan Moore’s blog on my virtual book tour and talk about the problem of STRESS. Jan’s passion is an interesting one: How women from the baby boom period can still be productive yet work in a job that is ‘right’ for us. Working on our own terms! It’s worth having a look at her work and, while you are there, check out my guest post about stress and how to deal with it, make a comment, have a chat and a cuppa! 🙂
In our modern world, everyone seems to struggle with stress. Stress is perceived when people are stuck on the motorway, have to see their boss, when the TV breaks down, the favourite sports team loses the championship, a meal is ruined, a dress torn, a neighbour’s dog relieves himself in one’s front yard, or when they have to give a public speech.
And even though those incidents are not life threatening situations, people often act as if. Their bodies are drowning in the same chemicals our far far away ancestors experienced when they were in danger to be eaten by a sabre tooth tiger. And while our ancestors stress response would go down to normal as soon as the danger was over, that is not the case for today’s people. Many don’t get back to baseline but experience stress chronically…….. Read more here!Gudrun Frerichs, PhD is a therapist, author, and life-long explorer of the mysteries of the human mind. She is retiring from mental health and trauma work and has published now her first book Delicious Love Forever. She is passionate about applying the Principles of Mind, Thought, and Consciousness, as formulated by the late Sydney Banks, not only to her books but also to everyday living situations.