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Stress Free Living: Stress Relief Videos
June 01, 2010

New Ways to Get Your Stress Tips!

June 2010 - Issue #018: Stress Relief Videos

Welcome to the June 2010 issue of Stress Free Living! Something new and exciting has been happening around the website… some of it directly on the website, and some that has reached a bit further out into the internet. This issue will keep you up to date with the exciting new ways in which you can begin receiving your stress relief tips.

I hope you enjoy this issue of the Stress Free Living ezine!


“Forget about all the reasons why something may not work. You only need to find one good reason why it will.”
~ Dr. Robert Anthony

In This Issue...

1. Stress Relief Videos

2. Featured Submission: The Physical Effects of Stress and Tension

3. In Case You Missed It

4. All About You

Welcome to the
Stress Free Living Ezine!

Stress Relief Videos

Over the past few months, I’ve been working very hard on putting together videos that contain what I call “Quick Tips” for stress. And rather than just sharing them on, I decided to share them on YouTube. I’m not a video making expert… I’m a stress expert… so these videos aren’t master pieces :) But I do hope that you enjoy my candid “Quick Tips”… and be on the look-out for some guest appearances from my dog Gunner.

So where can you view these videos if they aren’t on my website? On the channel at YouTube:

You can subscribe to the channel to keep up to date when new videos are added.

In addition, one of my videos is being featured on a skin care website here:

And if you haven’t been to the home page of recently, when you visit, you’ll notice a brand new welcome video from me, your stress coach. View it here:

Many more videos will be added to our YouTube channel and other videos will be exclusively added to the website as well. In addition there are plans to create some videos that will be a part of the “Stressful Lives” line of products and services, such as:

Stress Coaching
Stress Management Workbook
... And these other stress management tools

Featured Submission

Each month I try to share a new submission from you, the visitors of This submission was listed under Symptoms of Stress

The Physical Effects of Stress and Tension
by J.R., Las Vegas, USA

Where to begin? Actually, I can almost pin-point it.

1. 8 years ago I began to develop a reflux to certain "fatty" foods after poor eating habits for years including excessive carbs as well as late night eating.

2. Realizing that working in the casino business as well as having a gambling problem (excessive) was quite possibly the cause of the digestive problems.

3. Neck and shoulders tightening about 5 years later after continuing my habits, but reducing them a bit.

4. Continued poor eating habits, gambling, and feelings of depression and regret for the following years have led to Anxiety symptoms, nausea, light-headedness, feelings of fatigue and "flu" symptoms, as well as poor digestion, sleep and an overall tense feeling.

Stress and Anxiety will consume you unless - UNLESS you decide to put yourself FIRST! I want my life back and my health back. Exercise, diet, stopping the gambling and a change in career have become my focus. Not sure what will happen next, but it does not seem like it can get much worse. The key? Identify the cause - address it and then get rid of it forever! These are my thoughts.

I'd like to thank J.R. for sharing his story with us! Click here to see this submission online and to leave comments for J.R.

Click here to share your own symptoms of stress.

In Case You Missed It...

Have you seen the newest additions to the site? Click on the links below to be directed to all of the new pages on meditation:

Mindfulness Meditation

Benefits of Meditation

Walking Meditation

Zazen Meditation

Guided Imagery Meditation

Body Scan Meditation

Transcendental Meditation

Types of Meditation

All About You

I'd love to hear from You!

To share your feedback on this issue, Please click here to be directed to a survey.

If you have any questions about stress or stress management, submit them on our Ask The Expert page! And don't forget to visit the site regularly to either submit your own stories & tips or read & comment on what others have written.

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Thank you for spending some time with me today, I hope you have enjoyed your copy of the Stress Free Living ezine. If there is something you'd like to see next month, please reply to this email and let me know!

Wishing you all the very best,

Helping you live a less stressful life.

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