Stress Build Up from the Holidays

Stress Build Up from the Holidays

Posted by on Dec 16, 2013 in Blog, Monthly Topics | 0 comments

In the last blog we discussed how different types of stresses can impact you during the holidays.  It can be family, work, or excessive traffic or lines while shopping. This stress can have a dramatic effect on your golf game and your life during this holiday month.

In this blog, I want to talk about how the build up of this type of stress can have long-term affects on your health. This, in turn, can also really hurt your golf game.  Most people run into problems or are faced with the major challenges from the holiday season and they hold it inside.  As more stress and pressure is thrown at a person, the stress builds onto itself.  It can then take on a whole life of its own.

 At some time (and everybody is different) there comes a tipping point when the person cannot handle the stress anymore.  Unfortunately for some people, the compounding stress can turn into drinking, excess eating and other counterproductive things.  They continue this type of destructive behavior well past the holiday season.  It can last months, years, and sometimes even decades.

In this month’s webinar, we are going to go into great detail on how to go about letting the stress and the pressure go.  It can be a challenging thing to let it all out out, but the benefits can be tremendous for your golf game and your life.

I look forward to helping you deal with the build-up of stress during what is suppose to be the most joyful and glorious time of the year – the holiday season.  Remember that the free golf webinar is at 7:00 PM Pacific time on Friday December 27.

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