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Main eBook: “Learn to Slow Down, Take Care of Yourself and Create Peace in Your Life”

(4,273 words, 17 pages, 7 images)

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Table of Contents for the Stress Overwhelm PLR Ebook:

Introduction. 3

Take the Pressure off Yourself 5

Stop Trying to Be Perfect 5

Learn to Lose Control 6

Stop Focusing on the Outcome, and Worry about the Process. 7

Make Peace & Quiet A Part of Your Routine. 9

Use The “Do Not Disturb” Feature on Your Phone. 9

Learn to Meditate. 10

Pump the Brakes, Slow Down. 11

Get Enough Sleep, Take a Rest 12

Learning to Manage Your Life Better 13

Get Rid of the “Busy Work” 13

Delegate, Follow-Up, and Accept Support 13

How to Treat Your Body Well 15

Why You Should Exercise More. 15

Keep Your Brain Happy, and Your Body Will Be Too. 16

How Diet Affects Stress. 16


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One of the most common problems you face is dealing with stress. Stress comes in all shapes and sizes, and can be physical or mental. You may experience emotional stress. In one way or another, you encounter stress several times a day. Since this is such a normal occurrence for all people, is stress really that big of a deal? Actually, to put it in the words of the American Institute of Stress…

“Stress is killing you.”

The American Psychological Association agrees. They point to both mental and physical stressors causing inflammation in the body and the brain. Since inflammation is at the basis of most chronic diseases, if you don’t handle stress properly, it promotes a much higher than normal risk of having a stroke or heart attack, becoming overweight and obese, developing mental orders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, and becoming diabetic.

One study shows that 60% or more of all human illness and disease is caused by stress.

A full 44% of Americans report feeling more stressed and overwhelmed than they did just 5 years ago. That means more than 135 million people in the United States are experiencing higher levels of anxiety. A little more than 20% of Americans say they experience extreme stress, including bouts of depression, heart palpitations and physical shaking. In the US, work stress causes 10% of all strokes, meaning 79,500 Americans suffer a stroke because they are worried about some aspect of their job.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) branch of the government of the United Kingdom reports nearly 500,000 cases of work-related stress, depression or anxiety was recorded in 2015. That does not account for other causes of stress, such as finances, relationships and family, which are three of the most commonly reported stressors. In other modern nations the statistics are similar.

People are stressing out more than ever before, they are not handling stress as well as they used to, and this is a recipe for physical and mental health disasters.

This report can help you limit the amount of overwhelm and stress that impact your life. You will also learn how to deal with stress once you encounter it. You will discover that the pursuit of perfection is a guarantee of unnecessary stress, and you will learn how to identify what you should be doing and what you shouldn’t be doing. Let’s get started by talking about some ways to help you stop expecting too much of yourself.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Topic: Dealing With Life’s Pressures

Email 1 – Better Time Management Means Fewer Cases of Overwhelming Stress
Email 2 – Work on The Things You Can Change and Ignore the Things You Cant
Email 3 – Get up Earlier to Stop Overwhelming Yourself
Email 4 – Cut Down on Overwhelm by Identifying Your Triggers
Email 5 – You Can Deal with Lifes Pressures by Writing Them Down

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Better Time Management Means Fewer Cases of Overwhelming Stress


You can’t really manage time.

Think about it. Time is an ongoing, relentless force that exists, and you can’t slow it down, speed it up or stop it by hitting a pause button. The only thing you can really manage is what you do with the time you are given.

There is no guarantee that you will have tomorrow, next week or next year. When you think about it, even the next few minutes or hours is not guaranteed. This is why you need to quit stressing so much over next week, next year and 10 years from now.

Put a smart plan in place that takes care of your tasks and responsibilities on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Then follow that plan.

It is easy to follow a plan when you manage your time properly. This means writing down everything you need to accomplish today, tomorrow, next week and next month. You may even want to list your goals and responsibilities for the upcoming year.

When you do this, break down everything into daily and weekly action steps. If you have to do 10 things tomorrow and you know you’re only going to have 8 or 10 hours to do so because of prior commitments and responsibilities, then you can spread those tasks over that time.

Leave room for unplanned obstacles. Add a little time in your schedule for beginning and finishing a task.

Break down your entire day into 1 hour blocks. Then plan your activities accordingly. Without a plan you are planning to fail. Developing a time management plan reduces stress and anxiety, because this is how the human brain loves tackling things.

It likes order and design. It loves being given “marching orders”, and when you plan your behaviors ahead of time, your unconscious mind will begin to prepare you for them when the time arises.

Remember, you can’t manage time, but you can plan on what you are going to do today and in the future. Develop a smart time management plan of action for everything you do, and a sense of control and calm will replace stress and overwhelm.

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  1. 4 Tips for Getting Through Stressful Periods in Life – 404 words
  2. 5 Relaxation Tips for Stress Relief – 413 words
  3. 5 Time Management Tips to Help Reduce Stress – 436 words
  4. 5 Tips for Living in the Present Moment – 422 words
  5. How to Make Time for Self-Care (Even if you’re Super-Busy) – 436 words


Stress Overwhelm PLR Article Sample:

4 Tips for Getting Through Stressful Periods in Life

Stress can have an extremely negative impact on our lives, but we often try to ignore it and push on. Next time you find yourself going through a particularly stressful period, try implementing one or more of these techniques to help get you through with a little more ease.

1. Always be Grateful

It is important to remember all of the good things about your life, including the people who are in it. By focusing on these things you will be able to maintain your perspective so you don’t get too carried away with your stress. Next time you find yourself focusing on everything that is wrong in life, try sitting down for 5 minutes and listing 3 or more things you’re grateful for. Take this to the next level by doing it every evening before you go to bed.

2. Distract Yourself

Sometimes getting through a very stressful time in life is just as simple as finding an effective way to distract yourself. Whether it is going to the gym, going out with friends or even taking up a new hobby, distraction can be a great way to reduce your stress levels. The more distracted you are, the less likely it is that you’ll be impacted by a stressful event in a negative way. Doing these sorts of things will help keep your mind off of things that you’d rather not think about.

3. Meditate

Meditating can be an excellent way to clear your mind and free it of stressful thoughts. The more you meditate the better you will get at doing this, so it’s important to keep that in mind – it can be hard when you first start! Set aside 10 or 15 minutes each day to sit down, close your eyes and just focus on your breathing. Acknowledge any negative thoughts that enter your mind, and picture them leaving as you breathe out. To make it easier, try downloading some guided meditations (apps like Headspace help).

4. Remember the Serenity Prayer

The Serenity Prayer goes like this: Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. Even if you aren’t a particularly religious person, this is still great to keep in mind. If you are going through a period of high stress for whatever reason, you will need to stay focused on these words.



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How to Be Ruthless with Time

If you’ve created a time management plan and still failed to reach your goals, it’s likely because you’re too flexible and easy on yourself and others when it comes to the schedule. The sorry fact is that time is not limitless. You can’t get more. You can’t work harder to get more of it; it’s a finite resource that cannot be increased or replaced.

When you realize that time is finite and that there really might not be some future distant tomorrow, you might start being more ruthless with the time you’ve got. Follow these tips to make time management so much easier.

* Just Say No – The biggest factor in being ruthless with your time is learning to say no. If you really do not want to do something, you must say no. There is no sin in saying no. The only reason you feel guilty about the word is that your mother taught you saying no was wrong. It’s time to realize that as a grown-up you can now say no.

* Get Up on Time – This is a hard one for many but it doesn’t have to be hard as you think. If you are a small business owner who works from home, it’s actually pretty easy. You do not need more than seven or eight hours of sleep a night. If you can limit your sleep to no more than eight hours, you will gain time. If you typically sleep less than six you may need to get in a bit more sleep to be most productive with your time.

* Try to Be Early – If you need to drive places or you have deadlines for work, schedule your time so that you are going to be early. The reason is that this is one of the ways to eliminate urgency from your life, which in turn causes stress and can cause problems with time management. This way if something does happen out of the ordinary, you will still have time to meet a deadline and be on time.

* Turn Off Technology – The very thing that is supposed to make our time more productive can have the opposite effect too. The notifications of new emails, your Facebook stream, and unscheduled time on Pinterest can get out of hand. Turn it off. You’ll gain so much more time. That includes your TV, too.

* Understand Your Internal Clock – Everyone has an internal time clock. It’s important not to fight against that and be aware of what it is. Some people are early risers and some people are night owls and others are in between. It’s important for you to determine for yourself what your own internal clock is and then work with it.

* Make Lists – If you understand each step that goes behind a calendar listing, it will be more beneficial because it’s easier to allocate enough time for each thing when you know what it takes to complete any given task. You won’t be able to accurately determine the time it takes without all the information.

* Calendar It – Put everything in your calendar including everyday tasks, small steps for a project due in the future, and time with family, friends and yourself. Don’t skip this step so that when someone asks for your time you can easily schedule them in (or not) based on your availability.

* Avoid Meetings – Some meetings are important, such as a first client meeting to establish goals and determine tactics, but after that almost everything else can be accomplished through updates in a project management system. There is no real need for weekly meetings for updates, or to discuss anything that can easily be put into a memo.

* Touch “It” Only Once – Another way to be ruthless with your time is to not allow yourself to wait to do things later. If you get an email that requires a response, do it now. If you check your snail mail and a bill needs to be paid, schedule it now. If you get junk mail, delete it now. Only check your mail when you have time to deal with these issues.

Finally, don’t be too hard on yourself in terms of the hours you schedule yourself to work. Yes, be ruthless about the schedule, but also schedule in fun time. Humans aren’t designed to work 20 hours a day. Go ahead, schedule 8 to 10 hours a day of work. But, in between, schedule in breaks. Time with friends, family and spouses during any given work day is important too. Also, remember to schedule in breaks like weekends and vacations. If you do that, it’ll be so much easier to be ruthless with time and stick to your schedule normally.


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 Stress and Anxiety PLR Article Sample:

Common Treatments for Anxiety

Anxiety is a difficult thing to live with. It can affect your relationships and overall quality of life. The good news is, anxiety tends to respond to treatment. Here are some of the more common treatments for anxiety.

-Behavioral Therapy
Behavioral therapy is about just that – behavior. It is not designed to delve into the patient’s past, or explore underlying causes of the patient’s anxiety. It does, however, help the patient identify patterns of thinking and behaving, and how those thoughts and behaviors are connected. The goal is to help the patient manage the problem.

-Cognitive Therapy
This kind of therapy teaches the patient to have rational responses to stressful situations rather than negative, self-abasing responses. Cognitive therapy helps the patient face – and therefore overcome – the irrational thoughts and beliefs that bring on an anxious response.

While there are several anxiety medications on the market, most experts agree that medication should be used in conjunction with some other sort of therapy. Medication is generally considered a short-term help, and, depending on the type of anxiety exhibited, is not a long-term solution.

-Regular Exercise
This is basic, but effective. Exercise causes the brain to release endorphins, the “feel good” brain chemicals that help you relax and feel happy and content. Exercise also uses your muscles and promotes good circulation. Daily exercise is best, but even regular exercise several times a week has proven helpful.

-Meditation or Relaxation Techniques
Like regular exercise, these treatments need to be practiced regularly. They can help release muscle tension. Meditation and relaxation also promote centered, calm patterns of thought.

While most of us think of a patient lying on a couch with a psychiatrist swinging a pocket watch in front of the patient’s face, modern, legitimate hypnosis is practiced differently. Performed by a hypnotherapist, hypnosis puts the patient into a deeply relaxed state. While the patient is in this state, the hypnotherapist suggests techniques and methods for managing the patient’s anxiety.

This treatment basically teaches you how to recogize your body’s anxiety symptoms. It “tunes you in” to your body’s cues so that you can recognize an oncoming episode of anxiety. If you can recognize its onset, you can learn to stop it from getting full-blown.

This usually involves talking to someone, and is sometimes called “talk therapy.” Therapists help the anxiety sufferer understand and identify what is going on, which then enables the sufferer to manage his or her anxiety.


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Stress is something that we have to live with. It’s a part of life and it can be helpful. When you experience danger, for example, your body releases hormones and creates a chemical response that gives you the ability to fight for your life or run like heck.

Unfortunately, many people experience stress on a chronic basis. When this happens, these stress hormones constantly flood your system and over time they wreak havoc. They can cause inflammation, high blood pressure, obesity, cancer and much more. Chronic stress can destroy your health.

One of the biggest causes of chronic stress is money. The vast majority of people worry about their financial situation on a daily basis. It makes them sick to their stomach to think about how they’re going to pay for their future. It causes headaches, arguments with loved ones, and chronic anxiety.

Chronic financial stress can cause:

  • Depression
  • Digestive problems
  • Heart disease
  • Sleep problems
  • Weight gain
  • Memory and concentration difficulties

Studies have shown that financial stress has a negative impact on families. People, including children, who live in an environment where there is financial stress tend to be less healthy than those with less financial stress. There is a direct correlation between financial stress and physical wellbeing.

As more people struggle with debt and the cost of living continues to rise as incomes stagnate and people lose jobs, it’s not surprising to also learn that financial stress is causing more problems for people across the country and around the world.

There Are Solutions – There Is a Way to Overcome Money Stress

There are simple and proven steps that you can take to overcome financial stress. It’s usually a planned approach of reducing expenses, shifting your mindset, and finding ways to earn a little more income. It’s about empowering yourself to learn more about where your money goes and how you can leverage it.

You can also gain some control over your money stress by learning to better manage stress. There’s no single secret solution but rather several steps to take to overcome money stress and feel better about your financial situation.

Let’s take a look at how to feel more in control over your money and how to start taking positive steps toward healing your financial situation.

Establish Your Financial Priorities

One of the biggest causes of financial stress is when you have too many concepts demanding your attention. You need to save for retirement. You need to save for emergencies. You need to save for college.

Credit cards demand their payments, plus interest. You have rent or a mortgage. You might have student loans, a car payment – and let’s not forget the price of luxury utilities like cable television and a cell phone.

Expenses, commitments and desires all battle for your attention and it’s enough to make you throw your hands in the air and go shopping. To gain control over your finances the first step is to identify and establish your priorities.

Make a list

Make a list of the financial responsibilities and goals that you have pulling at you. They might include things like student loans, retirement, car payment, rent, saving for a house, paying off credit cards, etc…

Rank the items

The next step is to rank the items in terms of wants and needs. For example, if you’re paying off a loan or credit card debt, that’s a need. If you hope to save up a down payment on a home, that’s a want.

Prioritize and negotiate

Taking a look at your needs, the items that you must manage, prioritize them in order of importance. For example, maybe paying off your credit cards is more stressful to you than your student loan. Also look for opportunities to negotiate with the lender. You may be able to get different payment terms for a student loan for example, and thus give you more cash to pay back your credit cards.

Prioritize your wants as well. What is the most important want on your list? What will help alleviate some of your stress? An emergency savings account for example, may relieve more stress than a down payment on a house.

Create a plan

Once you have your priorities in order, it’s easier to create a plan to tackle them. You can focus your energies on your priorities. Sometimes all it takes to reduce financial stress is a plan. Next, we’ll talk about budgets. They’re the foundation of a good financial plan and can help you feel more in control over your money.


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You hear a lot about it these days. Stress is the big baddie out there on the job, in the home and in relationships. So if everyone is managing it, why is it still a problem? Maybe we don’t understand how stress works, or at least how it works for us. Could it be that you are giving it a bigger seat at the table of your life than it needs to have? Are you making the molehill into a mountain? Learn to once and for all put stress in its place. Who is the boss of your life?

What is stress anyway? People may guess that it’s something that makes them feel bad, yell at their kids, saps their energy and the like. A true understanding of where stress fits into your life (yes, we said “fits in”) and where it doesn’t is a key to knowing how to handle it. Each person is different so what might work for you doesn’t necessarily work for another. While there are common signs and symptoms of stress, managing it is an individual process.

What is stress management? Saying that it is the way that you manage stress is not really an explanation. Keep reading to find out what goes into stress management and how knowing your triggers and touchy points can head off an episode before it gets to the boiling point.

Finally, what does “stress free” look like to you? Is that a realistic picture or are you setting yourself up for failure over and over again? Stress is not the enemy. Living with it may be more doable than letting it go altogether.

Do you have more questions than answers right now? That’s okay. We hope to answer many if not all and get you on the right path to regaining control of your life.


You might have heard “fight or flight” mentioned in connection with stress. In that instance, stress is good. “Fight or flight” refers to how the body readies itself when danger is near. On television it’s hard to see exactly what is happening to characters that are facing danger. In real life, however, your body goes through a process that allows you to be able to stand your ground and fight, or get away from danger as fast as you can. Here’s what happens within your body:

  • Breathing speeds up to take in more oxygen. The brain and the muscles will need it for what may come next.
  • Heart rate and blood pressure increase. More sugar in the blood is shunted to muscles, where it is needed should you have to use them. The blood flow is shunted to the core to decrease bleeding from external wounds you may sustain.
  • You sweat. Sweating is the cooling off mechanism of the body.
  • Hormones kick in. They increase adrenaline production so you can react quickly and move faster than you thought you could.
  • Feelings of pain are diminished.
  • Vision becomes more acute.
  • Immunity is increased. Your immune system is ready to fight any damage sustained so you can keep going as you need to.

The body is now a sleek weapon that is ready for battle against any hostiles. This is important when you are in a car accident, facing a home invasion, involved in a natural disaster or a hostage situation. That type of heightened sense of self and your surroundings can save your life and/or that of others around you.

The body also expends a tremendous amount of energy to get you prepared for the fight or the flight. Once the threat is over, you can see how drained you will begin to feel as the body returns to normal.

Now, imagine feeling that state of alert all the time. Someone who is under extreme levels of stress could be experiencing that type of physiological reaction to everything in their life, from job deadlines to relationship troubles. It doesn’t sound too healthy, does it?

In the case of fight or flight, stress is great. It alerts us to danger and also helps us to face it from a physical standpoint. But, the boogeyman is not waiting around every corner in most first-world countries. There is danger, but it is not constant.

In everyday life, stress can result as a response to unexpected circumstances. Without a game plan for dealing with what we know as “stressors,” the body begins to go into overdrive and get those booster rockets warmed up. As you might think, that level of intensity is only meant for short periods of time. If kept up chronically, the machinery of your body begins to show signs of wear and tear – resulting in breakdown.

With all that said, stress is our response to different stimuli in our lives. When they are life-threatening, stress works in our favor. When the situation is smaller but not managed, the response may be the same. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way. Knowing the signs of stress can assist with heading it off.


When you hire someone to manage something like a store or a company, the plan is for them to create a well-run enterprise. It is not to put out fires (although they may need to do that from time to time, but not habitually). The same goes for stress in your life. Stress management begins in advance of the stress. Having a plan in place, an awareness of your stressors, an understanding of your stress risk, and an idea of how you want a situation to flow, makes a big difference in the amount of stress you experience.

So, before we discuss anything about handling stress once it’s here, we are going to go back to the beginning and hit this issue from another side. Practicing stress management can keep you from the physiological responses of “fight or flight” until you truly need them. Learn to approach your stress with a response equal to the danger. Small stressor = small response. When you have a plan to see your way through, what was once a big deal for you may not even register on your stress-o-meter now.


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Main eBook:

“How to Manage Stress & Overwhelm: Learn to Slow Down, Take Care of Yourself & Create Peace in Your Life”
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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Dealing With Life’s Pressures

Related Articles:

4 Tips for Getting Through Stressful Periods in Life – 404 words
5 Relaxation Tips for Stress Relief – 413 words
5 Time Management Tips to Help Reduce Stress – 436 words
5 Tips for Living in the Present Moment – 422 words
How to Make Time for Self-Care (Even if you’re Super-Busy) – 436 words

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10 Time Management PLR Articles and Tweets

How to Be Ruthless with Time (809 words)
How to Create a Time Management Plan (575 words)
Incorporate a Set Time for Mindless Fun (1068 words)
Learn to Say No: Increase the Power of How You Spend Your Time (651 words)
Managing Your Emails So They Do Not Get the Best of Your Time (578 words)
Put It in Writing: Set a Schedule for Managing Time and Stick to It (637 words)
Set Aside Dedicated Areas for Various Aspects of Your Time (634 words)
Setting Priorities for Managing Your Time (535 words)
Surprising Time Management Secrets (762 words)
Time Management: A Group Project Rather Than a Solo Act (594 words)

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What is Anxiety? (453 words)
Types of Stress (487 words)
Common Treatments for Panic Attacks (522 words)
Recognizing When Children Are Stressed and Helping Them Deal With It (503 words)
How to Head Off Stress & Anxiety Before They Happen (546 words)
What is a Panic Attack? (468 words)
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