Category Archives: Life Transitions

Stress and Having an Adequate Support Network

One of the risk factors for becoming homeless and sinking into poverty is the lack of an adequate support network. Too often today, especially in the United States, we are moving to where jobs are, and moving across the country … Continue reading

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Stress and Retirement

Stress and Retirement. Retiring is what we’re all supposed to look forward to. At least in the days of the previous generation to the Baby Boomers, retirement meant a solid pension on top of social security, keeping your house until you … Continue reading

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Trading One Stress for Another

Could it be that some of us are addicted to stress? I know that sounds a little crazy, but it could be true. It could be the feeling of adrenaline, the rush of feeling constantly busy or in a state … Continue reading

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Dealing with the Stress of Losing Your Job

Losing a jobis about the most stressful event in a person’s life next to the death of a loved one or a divorce. For many people, it’s not just the stress of having to figure things out financially, but also … Continue reading

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