10 Danger Signs of Stress By Carol Clifford

YOU MAY BE UNDER TOO MUCH STRESS IF YOU…

  • Find yourself irritable or impatient with things you normally tolerate.
  • Have difficulty getting to sleep and feel exhausted when you are awake.
  • Sense you are one step away from falling apart.
  • Suffer from frequent headaches or stomach pains.
  • Get distracted easily and have trouble concentrating.
  • Talk more negatively than usual.
  • Become forgetful and absentminded.
  • Don’t laugh as much as you used to.
  • Use alcohol, prescription drugs, or food to help you relax.
  • Postpone what is truly important, to accomplish what isn’t that important.

*Signs of Stress by Carol Clifford, PH.D. (Psychology)

Author: lifecoach4God

I am the Lead Pastor of Valley Baptist Church (Bay Area), born and raised in Huntington Beach, Ca,, and currently living in Novato, California. I am married to my best friend of 28 years - Dana - and have five adult children; and seven grand children. I have been a Teaching Pastor for over thirty years. I was privileged to study at Multnomah University (B.S. - 1988); Talbot School of Theology (M.Div. - 1991); Westminster Theological Seminary & Northwest Graduate School (D. Min. - 2003). I founded Vertical Living Ministries in 2008 with the goal of encouraging Christian Disciples and Leaders to be more intentionally Christ-Centered in how they live by bringing glory to God in nine key areas of life: (1) Intimacy with God, (2) marriage, (3) family, (4) friendship, (5) vocationally/ministry , (6) emotional and physical health, (7) stewardship, (8) discipleship, and (9) mentoring.

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