How To Deal With Stress - The Opposite Of What You Think

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"Bestselling author, Noah Elkrief, explains how to deal with stress by giving 1 stress management technique that changes everything.
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Noah Elkrief

This video is about how to deal with stress, and provides a stress management technique.

If you have been dealing with stress, it is likely that you believe your stress has been caused by your external circumstances.

However, in order to understand how to deal with stress and get anxiety relief, you first have to understand what is causing your stress. No stress management technique will be able to work unless you are first clear that stress isn't caused by facts, but by thoughts.

If facts caused stress, then everyone who had the same facts would experience the same stress, everyone would experience that stress in every moment that their facts remained the same, and you couldn't escape your stress simply by thinking about something else.

The first step for this stress management technique for how to deal with stress is to discover that your stress is created by your thoughts and not by the facts.

The next step for how to deal with stress is to discover that you don't know what outcome would be best for you. You don't know if the outcome you want will lead to suffering, and you don't know if the outcome you fear will lead to joy.

I hope you found this stress management technique helpful, and that you enjoyed my video about how to deal with stress (how to deal with anxiety). Thank you for watching."


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