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Darla Dawald

My name is Darla Dawald and I am the Stress Expert at http://outofstress.com. I am thrilled to be a part of assisting individuals in their quest to become stress and anxiety free! I have 21 years of management experience and I have worked as a public speaker and trainer. I have traveled all over the United States teaching.


Articles by this Author

Commuting in itself can be a stressful, anxiety producing part of your everyday life. In this article I provide seven steps to assist you in making that daily commute less stressful and more productive.

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There are numerous things in life that contribute to our stress level. Some things can be controlled while others are simply put...out of our control. Either way it's not the stress that causes an issue it is our reaction to the stress. In this article you will discover 7 tips to deal with the stressors in your life.

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How do you recognize and deal with the stressors in your life? This guide will assist you in doing just that. Once you identify the stressors there are effective tips to aid you in your journey to become free of the stress that imprisons you.

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December 12, 2001 was one of the worst days of my life. I was diagnosed with breast cancer. This diagnosis would be the catalyst for surgeries, other health issues, financial destruction, the repossession of my house and car, and a divorce, not to mention the loss of self esteem and stress on my body. This article describes the most valuable lessons I learned!

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OVERCOME SEXUAL ABUSE

By Darla Dawald | Published 04/11/2006 | Self Improvement |

Many people are survivors of sexual abuse. This article contains tools that you can implement to aid you in recovering and dealing with the stress of abuse....any kind of abuse!

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Do you ever feel like you have too much on your plate? Everyone expects something from you and you don't seem to have the time required to deliver. You notice the muscles in your neck and shoulders become tense and painful, your head hurts, you feel a bit queasy in your stomach, and your heart races. These are all signs that your body is stressed. Read this article now for 3 tips to relieve stress!

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