Episode 28: Andrea Ferretti – Reframing the Way You Think About Stress

This is where the subhead goes where we talk about how you need to do your research and two other things 

Andrea Ferretti working at a desk, writing in her notebook

On this episode, I reflect on one of the most important reads of the year for me — Kelly McGonigal’s book, The Upside of Stress. A psychologist and yoga teacher, Kelly’s book is filled with compelling research about how the way we think about stress may be more harmful for our health than stress itself!

I offer three important takeaways from the book including:

  • The Challenge Response as a way to prime us for stressful events
  • The Tend & Befriend Response as a way to help us reach out and connect to others
  • How we can get better at stress

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The Upside of Stress: Why Stress Is Good for You, and How to Get Good at It, by Kelly McGonigal
The Big Brain Benefits of Meditation , by Kelly McGonigal
Change Your Stress Response, by Kelly McGonigal

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