Category Archives: stress

The Most Powerful Disconnector

by Terry L. Sumerlin Have you ever been angry?  That’s a little like asking if you’ve ever drawn a breath, isn’t it?  We’ve all been angry and likely will be again.  That’s okay! Anger is simply an emotion, as are … Continue reading

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A Great Way to De-Stress

by Terry L. Sumerlin As we sat and sat on the runway of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, waiting for our turn to take off, I stared out the window.  The two hours it would take to get from Miami … Continue reading

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DARTing Past Fear

by Terry L. Sumerlin I was not exactly paralyzed by fear. But I was very uneasy. Yes, afraid! I had thought about giving it a try for a long time. After all, people of various ages, from all walks of … Continue reading

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HOW TO DEAL WITH WORRY

by Terry L. Sumerlin Do you ever worry? I’ve had people tell me that they never worry about anything. I’ll take their word for that. However, for the rest of us, worry can be a problem. We tend to worry … Continue reading

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