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Jul 27, 2020

High performers see the upside of stress. They realize it is their interpretation of the stress that matters the most. Dr. Kamphoff shares in this episode how a moderate level of adversity can lower depression and increase greater satisfaction in life. Remember it’s our interpretation of the stress that matters most and we can learn to embrace stress by remembering how we have grown after adversity or setbacks. 

 

Power Phrase this week: “I see the upside of stress. I view adversity as helping me grow and learn.” 

 

 

“When you embrace stress, you can transform fear into courage, isolation into connection, and suffering into meaning.” Dr. Kelly McGonigal 

 

 

 

 

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