Health and the Workplace (cont.)
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Tip 5: Reduce job stress by breaking bad habits
As you learn to manage your job stress and improve your work relationships, you'll have more control over your ability to think clearly and act appropriately. You will be able to break habits that add to your stress at work – and you'll even be able to change negative ways of thinking about things that only add to your stress.
Eliminate self-defeating behaviors
Many of us make job stress worse with negative thoughts and behavior. If you can turn around these self-defeating habits, you'll find employer-imposed stress easier to handle.
Four Ways to Dispel Stress
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