• Understand & Recognize Your Stressors & Triggers
• Reduce Your Physical & Emotional Reactions to Stress
• Become More Resilient to Stress
• Reduce Your Stress & Your Family’s Stress Levels
• Personalized For Your Unique Situation
• Use These Methods to Reduce Your Children’s Stress
• Designed for Busy Adults (No Appointment Needed)
• Lessons are Compacted for Ease, Yet Extremely Thorough in Content
Stressed out parents-take note! Your level of stress and how you manage it, is the second-highest predictor of your child’s overall happiness, success and relationship quotient. Stress removes our ability to problem-solve, make decisions and remain calm. Stress also makes us less patient. These reactions affect how we interact with our family members, which you’ll see below, also has a significant impact on our children. In fact, our children are learning how to manage stress by watching us. Worse—they take these skills, good or bad, into adulthood. And when they become a parent—they’ll be passing on those skills to their children.
Stressed-out more just reading this? Consider this: while parents are often overwhelmed trying to satisfy everyone’s expectations, you now have the knowledge necessary to make a positive change that will improve both your life and those around you.
Taking care of yourself is just as important as taking care of those you love. When you feel confident and in control, your world becomes more focused.
Daily obligations (work, family, and your household to-do list) become manageable. Thus, the first step in finding a healthy life balance isn’t learning how to manage everything, but to break the cycle. Reevaluate what actually needs to be done, as well as what efforts are effective and what’s adding unnecessary weight; recharge so you have the energy to tackle the tasks at hand; and revise your plan of attack.
What You’ll Get:
Achieve Life Balance’s Signature: Short, but power-packed Videos
Less than 30 minutes (we know you’re busy!)
2 Supportive Worksheets for Personal Insight Into the Stress In Your Life & Your Personal Reactions (Optional)
Personal Control and Emotional Management