Just in time for the holidays!
I will be giving a presentation at the New York Society for General Semantics called Giving Thanks to Stress.
Stress is trying to send a message - one of warning, care and protection - that either something you really don't want is happening, or that you're missing something important. During the holidays the messages often come more frequently and more intensely. Unfortunately stress can't say anything out loud. Instead it gets your attention by making you irritable, increasing your heart rate, tensing your muscles and contributing to 90% of visits to primary care physicians.
When you act on the message that stress is delivering, not only does it go away, it pushes you along the path of living your ideal life. And that's definitely something to be thankful for.
Thursday, Nov. 18th, 6:30pm
45 E. 65th St, NYC (map)
(b/w Park & Madison)