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    Work How to escape from work stress?

    I work in the corporate sector and its a 9 hours job. I知 the head of a 50 member team. There is a lot to do and I知 constantly running around in the office. On top of that, I have to handle all the employees, achieve targets, and complete the project in time. I know that's what is expected from me though I知 not able to cope with it now. Migraines have become so constant nowadays. I知 having trouble sleeping. Even my family life is getting affected. I知 not able to spend much time with my kids and wife. I guess my wife is on the verge of getting a divorce. My bowels movements are not regular. I知 not able to handle my anger too. I'm constantly shouting at all the employees. I知 sure even they are suffering because of my attitude. I知 even thinking about leaving the job but that痴 not going to solve the issue. I even started yoga but don稚 know why it痴 not showing results. I know it痴 me who is getting all stressed out, but I知 not able to adjust with the fast pacing life. I need some professional help. My friend suggested me to consult a psychologist. Even he was having anger issues and now it's in control after he underwent peak performance training. I don稚 know much about it though I would like to know your suggestions on this. I want to create a healthy working atmosphere in my office.

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    Hello Sniper and welcome. Learning how to handle stress and anxieties can be a major chore. Stress and anxiety are the cause of big problems for me. My life is not as stress provoking as your's is and I still have problems. So my suggestions may not be useful for you.

    I try to schedule maintenance time for me. Currently I put the stress producing items in my life on hold on Tuesdays and Sundays and in the evening. Also if I have something come up that I can't handle right away I try and put it in the back of my mind and not think about it until I have to.

    Consulting a psychologist or taking a course like the one you outlined may prove helpful. Take Care. paul m
    "Alone we can do so little;
    Together we can do so much"
    Helen Keller

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      #3
      Welcome to the forums sniper65. You have a lot of responsibility with your job. The fact that you're not happy with how you are handling the stress, and looking for ways to make changes is a good first step.
      AJ

      Humans punish themselves endlessly
      for not being what they believe they should be.
      -Don Miguel Ruiz-

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        #4
        Hello Sniper65 and welcome. I'm sorry to hear you're so stressed, especially at work. I've never heard of peak performance training; it sounds more like a career related thing than a form of psychotherapy. Does your workplace offer employee assistance mental health support? What would you think of going to a psychologist or other counselor?
        uni

        ~ it's always worth it ~

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          #5
          This is an old topic but always current for the majority of the population, especially considering the landscape of our (US) health and political climate. I have been supporting a meditation/visualization group for adults over the internet. We've been meeting for almost 6 mos and the feedback has been overall positive. I continue to offer a meditative internet group for adolescents which, surprisingly, has been received with great zeal. Start early and stay calm! At any rate, we all have stress in our lives and no one has the answer for our situation except us.Intend to create self guidance. ( creationthroughintention.org )

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            #6
            Welcome to the forum MelsHealingLove.
            AJ

            Humans punish themselves endlessly
            for not being what they believe they should be.
            -Don Miguel Ruiz-

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              #7
              Welcome to the forum MelsHealingLove , Take Care paul m
              "Alone we can do so little;
              Together we can do so much"
              Helen Keller

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                #8
                Hello and welcome MelsHealingLove.
                It sounds like you're doing your part to make a difference in people's lives. I agree that starting early to learn healthy habits can really be valuable, and that we have to each find the answers we need. You never know until you try something. I have a couple of guided imagery exercises that work for me.
                Take care and stay safe!
                uni

                ~ it's always worth it ~

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                  #9
                  A good way of relaxing is face yoga exercising. Face exercises are an interesting topic. After all, we strive for a youthful appearance, and these exercises could help if done regularly and adequately. So ensure you do your research before embarking on facial exercises. I could recommend you some good tips from faceyoga.com because I practice it very often. As I am a TV reporter, it helped me to relax my face after work fully. I think you should try them too if you feel exhausted. Your face will look and feel fresh the next day.
                  Last edited by Sativea; May 12, 2021, 10:29 AM.

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                    #10
                    Man you have to set your priorities. Change the job! If you hate your job, focus on the parts of your life that bring you joy.

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