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In a chat with Jennifer Beitz, we discussed stress and how it impacts us. 

Jennifer says, “I’ve learned a lot from the people I work with. I feel like I’m learning as much as I’m teaching.” She’s been teaching adults for two years and also works as a life coach. She thinks teaching and coaching go well together, especially in jobs where understanding emotions is important. Jennifer says stress is something we all go through at some point. Sometimes, we don’t even realize we’re stressed until we feel it physically. Stress can give us headaches or make us feel tired or worried.

She knows about stress from her old job as an assistant, where she had to do a lot of different things at once. Sometimes, saying yes to too many things can stress us even more. She mentions that stress doesn’t stop when we leave work—it can affect our personal lives, too. Jennifer also believes that managing stress doesn’t have to be complicated. She thinks we sometimes make things harder than they need to be. Just a few minutes of exercise or taking a moment to relax can make a big difference. By keeping things simple and taking small steps, we can feel more empowered to handle stress when it comes our way. We can learn to navigate stress more effectively with Jennifer’s guidance and lead happier, healthier lives.

Jennifer Beitz’s insights into stress management offer a valuable roadmap for anyone facing the challenges of modern life. Through her experience as a teacher and a coach, Jennifer emphasizes the importance of self-awareness, self-care, and resilience in combating stress. By recognizing the signs of stress, prioritizing our well-being, and embracing simplicity in our approach, we can cultivate a greater sense of control and balance in our lives. Ultimately, Jennifer’s guidance empowers us to navigate stress with confidence and lead more fulfilling, joyful lives. 

– Yuliia Kovalenko, U Multicultural

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