Whos In Charge? Attacking the Stress Myth
Scholars say it was first identified—as a crafty demon—in Iranian texts that defined Zoroastrianism, an early world religion dating to the 2nd millennium BC.
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Lately the habit has gained some buoyancy: A handful of psychologists suggest that pushing work off can be beneficial because it enhances creativity. Indeed, meta analyses of research have shown that procrastination can be tied to low self-control, poor performance, and fewer signs of well-being. Procrastinators often struggle with feelings of guilt, stress, and self-blame, and their relationships can suffer if their procrastination is chronic.
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Sort order. Sep 13, Royale rated it really liked it. Short, pretty quick read.
Author makes a very good case for re-examining the way we view stress and our role in it. Written in an "in your face, tell it like it is" tone.follow link
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