How to cope with workplace stress.
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Take the Sting out of Stress! Take the Sting out of Stress!
Stress can be caused by a single momentous change, or a build up of smaller anxieties. It usually leads to a feeling of being out of control or an inability to cope.

Our article, Stress Diaries, explores an effective way to recognize the causes of stress, and to decide how to deal with them. And you can learn how to find "safe spaces" with our article, Toffler's Stability Zones.

If you suspect that someone you know is suffering in silence, you can find strategies for helping in our article, Supporting a Friend or Co-Worker Suffering From Stress.

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A Final Note

Stress can seriously damage people's health and productivity, but it is possible to manage it with the right tools and techniques. See our full toolkit of stress management resources, here.

Next week, you can learn how to remain professional - and preserve your relationship - when you find yourself interviewing a friend. Also, watch our new video on how to work with rivals.

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