Get a stress card. It’s fun and informative. Say goodbye to the ugly plain white stress cards you may have seen elsewhere. Our stress cards are beautifully designed with a sunset or mountain background—or choose your own scene. Just like a plastic credit card, our stress card goes neatly in your wallet or purse.
The Stress Management Journal guides you through a twenty-eight day course for reducing stress. The first two weeks are devoted to observing and noticing connections between the obvious causes of stress and the subtler, underlying causes of stress. For example, you might learn when you get into an argument with your kids during the morning rush, that it's probably not the kids -- but time pressure -- that's really bugging you. In the third week, you will learn physical techniques for reducing stress. In the fourth week, the journal will teach you how to monitor your thoughts in order to avoid common negative thinking traps. If you're serious about changing your behavior and really reducing your stress, this is the tool for you.
Play our all time best-selling relaxation CD and in minutes you’ll be experiencing slower breathing rate, heart rate, lower blood pressure, reduced muscle tension, and most importantly less stress!
Take a relaxing journey through the four seasons. The fourth in our series of relaxation DVDs, this program may be our most relaxing ever. Narrated by Dr. Joan Borysenko who has appeared on Good Morning America and Oprah and who co-founded the world-famous Mind-Body Clinic in Boston with Dr. Herbert Benson. Includes a deep-breathing, stretching, and a special meditation exercise based on the exercises in Joan Borysenko’s best-selling book "Minding the Body,
Arguments, always running late, not sleeping well, credit card debt, difficult co-workers; these are just a few of the many sources of stress identified in this program. Learn how to tackle real life stressors by following five simple steps: 1. Identify the source of your stress. 2. Eliminate or avoid stress whenever possible. 3. Rethink the stress you can’t eliminate. 4. Cope with the stress you can’t rethink. 5. When all else fails, seek support. Identify, eliminate, rethink, cope and seek support. Demonstrates how these five simple, yet practical strategies work in a variety of real-life situations.