The dictionary defines “content” as being in a state of peaceful happiness. The AIS magazine is called Contentment because we want all of our guests and members to find contentment in their lives by learning about stress management and finding what works best for each them. Stress is unavoidable, and comes in many shapes and sizes that makes being in a state of peaceful happiness seem like a very lofty goal. But happiness is easy to find once you are able to find ways to manage your stress and keep a healthy perspective when going though difficult times in life. You will always have stress, but stress does not always have you!
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Creating a Stress-Less 2019
Inside this Issue:
New Year’s Goals are Two-Faced
Five Pitfalls of “NEW YEAR, NEW YOU” and How to Outsmart Them
Improve Your Work-Life Balance: A Possible New Year’s Resolution
Self-calming for Self-actualization (Reducing our National Attention Deficit)
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We are accepting submissions for feature sections in the following subject areas:
- Science vs. Spirituality in Stress Management
- Stress at Home
- Stress and Pain
- Workplace Stress
- Combat Stress
- Military Family Stress
- Insomnia Due to Economic Stress
- Pharmacutials vs. Subtle Energy
Articles should address practical considerations for the stress management practitioner and may not promote any specific product or facility.
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