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How I Stepped off the “Busy” Treadmill

Being busy is a badge of honour for many of us. Perhaps we think it means we’re efficient, productive, hardworking. Doing overtime is the norm, leaving on time is still frowned upon on some level, and taking time off can be unheard off. I was no different.
Man sharing his stress and struggles with a therapist

How Can We Learn To Live With Stress?

After doing an ultrasound, the doctor told me that I had Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). I had to undergo a major lifestyle change. But even as I exercised more, cut back on fried foods, tried to get enough sleep, the hardest part was changing the way I handled stress.
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7 Simple Ways to Find Peace of Mind

Frustration, disagreement, criticism, division, chaos—so much noise. And unfortunately, things don’t quiet when we lock our screens. If you’re looking for calm and rest in this busy world, here are seven simple ways to invite God’s peace into your life—no matter how chaotic it might seem.

Where Is God in the Midst of Stress?

I grew up in a Christian family but began asking a lot of questions about the faith in high school. Questions about God began to emerge as I studied chemistry, physics, and math, but nobody—not my teachers, Sunday school teachers, or even the youth pastor—seemed able to answer my questions satisfactorily.

3 Things To Remember When Feeling Overwhelmed

Recently, I’ve been getting so overwhelmed by the demands of life that there are times I feel like I can’t breathe. I’m consumed with panic when I meet someone new at school and simply forget how to start a conversation.

My Quarter-Life Crisis: The Day I Went Berserk

I knew something was wrong the moment I started kicking the boxes below my desk. I’m normally a quiet, self-restrained person (no, really), but that day, something in me just snapped.

ODJ: Freedom from Stress

According to the American Institute of Stress, stress—related illnesses cost the US economy $300 billion in medical bills and lost productivity every year. Forty—four percent of Americans feel more stress than they did 5 years ago. Family relationships, job—related challenges, and even academic studies are a few stressors that weigh citizens down. The believers in Ephesus were de

5 Ways To Deal With Stress

“Problems are a sign of life.” How true. As long as we’re alive, problems are inevitable, aren’t they? The only time we no longer have to face them is when we’re no longer alive.