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The Stress Rejecters NationMay 2012
In This Issue
Hot Fun in the Summertime!
New Changes Coming Soon
Crisis in the Classroom Part II
Worth Mentioning Follow-Up

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Choose your own special

place of relaxation.  Whether it is on a mountain top, an ocean shore, a beautiful sunset or whatever is your

special place of relaxation.

Make conscious choices that lead to less stress.


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   Hot Fun In the Summertime!   

Your Journey to "De-Stressation"  


Yes, summer time is finally around the corner. If you had a Spring break, it only made you want more break time. You have nearly survived a full year of stressful situations, people, circumstances, work or school. You know you fully deserve that vacation. It's time to let your hair down and really enjoy yourself. You can just picture the picnics, swimming pools, that scene on the beach, some secluded hideaway, a backyard vacation or just getting away from stressors in your life. You fully deserve to feel the serenity of leisurely living for a while or engaging in your favorite activities without worrying about how some problem(s) are going to be resolved or meeting a deadline. 



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Crisis in the Classroom: "Lesson Plan For Stress Rejection" 

Part II    

 By: Ain Modeira Baderinwa (B. Annette Daughtry) 

After teaching in public schools for more than thirty years, I can offer the following suggestions to help classroom teachers deal with stress and may, in some instances, reduce the amount of stress encountered during the school year:

1.Happy new year - Begin each new academic school year revitalized and with a renewed sense of passion for the profession. Teachers purchase lots of posters containing positive affirmations at the beginning of the school year. To help deal with issues of stress, display posters aimed directly at stress rejection. Some teachers have stated that the serenity of the posters with the positive messages may be the preventative measure that is needed for coping daily. You will find a great assortment of posters and other items at the Stress Rejecters Market

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* Worth Mentioning Follow-Up *
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Last month, it was written that Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks and Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls had injuries that were very likely aided by the stressful situations they tried to cope with this year. Jeremy Lin's injury kept him out for the remainder of the season. Derrick Rose attempted to come back and suffered an even more damaging injury that knocked him out of action for the remainder of the NBA season. The injuries to those players severely crippled the chances of the two teams going to the championship because their key players were victims of stress and caught in the Exhaustion stage of the General Adaptation Syndrome.


"The path to a more relaxed life is yours to choose whenever you decide, without a doubt, to be more in control of your life's experiences".

Dr. Thomas A. Parker, LPC, CPCS


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