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Journal EntryThe ABCs of stress
The ABCs of stress explain how much stress you feel and why. Learn how they can be turned into strategies for stress management.
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Journal EntryStress hurts Warfighter performance
Stress really does affect performance. But when you pair stress with mental health concerns, performance can take an even bigger hit.
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Journal EntryAre you tough enough…mentally?
Are you mentally tough? See if you’ve got the 4 Cs. Develop these traits and maintain them.
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Journal EntryWhen “moral injuries” add to PTSD pain
PTSD can haunt Warfighters with lingering fear or inner conflict called “moral injuries.” Learn more about this phenomenon.
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Journal EntryMoney issues: Bad for you and your family
Money issues can be stressful for you and your family. Learn some strategies for strengthening your financial fitness as a family.
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Journal Entry D source codeAnxious or excited?
Learning to transform anxiety into excitement helps you when performance matters. Learn how here!
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Journal EntryThe mind-body ABCs: Three steps to awareness
Learning to develop an awareness of your thoughts and how they interact with your emotions —for improved performance—may seem easy as ABC, but like other skills, it takes practice! Learn the ABCs of performance.
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Journal Entry Troff documentIs stress making you overeat?
Many people fall prey to stress eating. Here are some tips to manage your stress and maintain a healthy weight.
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Journal EntryHoliday stress? Keep it simple
Don’t let stress ruin your holidays. Here’s how to manage it differently this year.
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Journal Entry D source codeStressed out? It isn’t all in your head.
The mind-body connection is incredibly powerful. Learn more about how this two-way interaction can work for and against you.
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