Learn "proactive coping" to reduce stress

11/10/2013 | TheDailyMuse.com

To reduce anxiety and worry, try "proactive coping" by writing positive things that have happened during the day and envisioning yourself being successful, Lea McLeod writes. "Whether you dread downtown parking, presentations, meetings, performance reviews, or any number of other stressors, try adding the opposite by shifting your outlook from dread to anticipation and imagining a positive outcome," she writes.

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