Smoking Relationship to Stress
You don’t want to smoke.
You know smoking is bad for you.
You’ve tried to quit. Maybe you’ve even quit–for a while.
Why is it so difficult for you to quit?
The answer may be stress.
Smokers are, on average, far more stressed than non-smokers and smoking reduces their stress. It’s a method of stress management that helps–some. But the long-term result is not good and the risks to your health increase stress.
The key is to reduce stress and then become a non-smoker. When your stress level is lower and you have skills to keep it that way, you won’t go back to smoking after you quit. Quit once. It’s far easier that way.
We can help. Contact us today.
Listen From Around The World
Our founder, Jeanine Joy (formerly Broderick), has accepted an invitation to be a guest on Blue Heron Wisdom’s Radio Show.
The show can be heard on WBLQ 1230 in New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island at 4 pm Eastern on November 6, 2012.
You can listen to the recorded show here.
Look for Laura Longley’s program, Blue Heron Wisdom Radio, at 1 pm Pacific/4 pm Eastern (7 am Byron Bay, Australia on Wednesday), 9 pm in London, (2 am Wednesday in India).
Recordings will also be available in the archive.
For a direct live stream or as a backup, you can connect to this link Windows Media Player http://deadby28. net/wblq/main_files/player2. asx
Winamp/iTunes: http://deadby28. net/wblq/main_files/player2. pls
Please mark your calendars.
The topic is how happy employees benefit an employer and how employers can increase employee happiness – the best wellness program possible.
Hope you can tune in or listen to the recording.
For more information, check out Jeanine’s upcoming book, Empowered Employees are Engaged Employees.