Recent Stress Stories

Mary wraps a tape measure around Tom's newly slim waist.

He was overweight, out of shape and on the verge of a heart attack. He was also my husband. How was I going to help him?

by Mary A. Maxwell
, Everett, Washington

A woman's cluttered desk is plastered with post-it notes.

Between my family and my job, I was stretched to the limit.

by Kerry M. Berk
, Havertown, Pennsylvania

A young woman is stressed out in the workplace.

Learn the benefits of positive reinforcement on the job and other tips for getting the most out of your job, as told by a Gallup-poll researcher.

by Tom Rath
, Washington, D.C.

Behind every service man and woman are the multitudes who love and support them.

by Edie Melson

Tired and exhausted, a runner stumbles upon a spectacular sight

by Diana Aydin

Meet the four-legged family members of our new blogger


by Peggy Frezon

How to combat the fear and stress for military families at a tough time

by Edie Melson

Jan Dunlap with Gracie

She didn’t need anything else to worry about. Especially a dog—or so she thought.

by Jan Dunlap
, Chaska, Minnesota

How to handle a stressful situation with grace, dignity and love

by Michelle Medlock Adams

The Holy Spirit is the conduit through which God’s love and grace flow.

by Shawnelle Eliasen

Tricia Goyer, Mornings with Jesus author

Words of wisdom to help you leave today's worries in Jesus' capable hands.

by Tricia Goyer
, Little Rock, Arkansas

Close-up of a surgeon in scrubs.

Her upcoming surgery had her on edge. How would she be sure she chose the right surgeon?

by Brenda Roth
, Orange, California

To better cope with deployment, take care of yourself while your soldier is away. 

by Edie Melson

A late night at the office and a little mental break leads to an unexpected famly connection!

by Diana Aydin

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