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“Reality is the leading cause of stress amongst those in touch with it.” Jane Wagner

Published on 12/14/2017
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Many people have been there. The point where it feels like the chaos of your job is taking over every aspect of your life. This can have an incredibly negative effect on your personal relationships and overall well-being.

While a moderate amount of stress can be good for staying motivated, the harsh reality is that you will most likely be overwhelmed at some point in your career.

Whether it is pressure to perform, lack of control, or micromanagement issues, you need to know how to effectively manage job-related stress so it does not follow you home and ruin your sanity. Life is too short to spend more than 40 hours a week worrying about things that are out of your control.

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Workplace stress derives from many sources. It can be a demanding boss, annoying co-workers, rebellious students, angry customers, hazardous conditions, long commutes and a never-ending workload. Your work performance is also affected by stressors such as family relationships, finances and a lack of sleep stemming from fears and anxieties about the future. How you handle the effects of stress depends on whether it is easier to change the situation or change your attitude toward it. 

If you are looking for ways to reduce stress, but there are numerous tips, along with simple tools and apps that you can use.  

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