Pine Rest Newsroom | Stress

Managing stress is important for your health, relationships, productivity and peace of mind. Pine Rest experts have assembled the following articles to help you refresh your stills or pick up a few new stress management tools for you and your family.

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How to stay informed and protect your mental health Technology advances have allowed society to stay in touch and be informed of other’s doing in an instant. This has been a great thing especially during COVID when we were all in quarantine, but it…
If you’re scrolling through Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest or Tik Tok, you may have seen that “The Soft Life” post. It has been gaining popularity on social media among minority women, specifically black women.  The soft life…
No one is exempt from PTSD. It can permanently and profoundly impact anyone. But there is hope. With faith, love, support and resources, any person can thrive in spite of PTSD.
When we think about posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), it’s typically in the context of active duty service members and veterans—for good reason. Dangerous and potentially traumatic situations are common occurrences in the context of military…
In the past few decades, many prominent psychologists of color have studied the effects of racial trauma, and how it leads to higher rates of depression, anxiety, and stress. It has also been linked to posttraumatic stress disorder, substance use…
As summer approaches, it’s not uncommon to hear friends talking about how they “love to travel.” However, most people don’t really love the process of traveling to a vacation destination—especially if there are children involved! Most of us…
When tragedy occurs, our sense of well-being feels violated. Elizza LeJeune, LMSW, offers tips on how to care for ourselves in the wake of trauma.
Dr. Ron DeVries reviews how to retrain your brain to better manage stress and reap the rewards of a cooler, calmer lifestyle.
Disturbing and traumatic news of terrorism, violence and natural disasters can lead to PSTD-like symptoms. Learn how to recognize the signs and care for yourself.
Research shows that when we’re exposed to negatively skewed news programs we’re more likely to experience negative feelings like anxiety, anger, sadness and fear. More surprisingly, researchers found these feelings can transfer over to our…

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