YOUR STRESS LEVEL:  MILD

Good news! Based on your responses, your stress levels appear relatively mild and controlled. You still probably face some minor stressors, but they don’t appear to be impacting your life in a significantly negative way. 

Just because your stress is relatively controlled now doesn't mean you're out of the woods. Higher levels of stress can present suddenly -- a bad day at work, a frustrating conversation with a loved one, or something that may trigger unresolved issues from the past. 

Now's the time to build upon the good habits you already have, so you’re prepared when flare ups occur in the future. Click below to learn how.
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YOUR STRESS LEVEL:  MODERATE

Based on your responses, your stress levels appear moderate and somewhat controlled. You still probably face some stress that periodically impacts your life or relationships with others.

Being fairly successful in life, many of us learned to deal with these challenges by pushing through. That’s actually bad. The negative effects of stress on our bodies over time have been widely studied. Trying to push through stress ultimately catches up with us. And when it does, it’s not pretty.

Now is the time to make changes, so that you can better manage the flare ups that do occur. Click below to learn now.
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YOUR STRESS LEVEL:  MODERATE TO HIGH

Based on your responses, your stress levels appear moderate, and it seems like you’re in a particularly stressful time right now. Your stress may be brought on by a variety of factors such as work, dating challenges, relationships with others, money worries, etc. Bigger life events such as a promotion, wedding, or new baby can even be disruptive.

Being fairly successful in life, many of us learned to deal with stress by pushing through it, no matter how bad things get. That’s actually bad. The negative effects of stress on our bodies over time have been widely studied. Trying to push through stress ultimately catches up with us. And when it does, it’s not pretty.

Click below to learn how to manage the stress in your life and triage when you have more flare ups to prevent a future burnout.  
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YOUR STRESS LEVEL:  HIGH

Based on your responses, your stress levels are very high. As someone with a busy job or lots of personal commitments, you’re probably used to stress, but this is different. Your life and relationships are being impacted in a serious way. Let us be clear: this severe stress requires your urgent attention.

Being fairly successful in life, many of us learned to deal with life's challenges by pushing through, no matter how bad they get. That doesn't work in this case. Severe stress quickly catches up with us. And when it does, it’s not pretty. Researchers at the University of Notre Dame and Queen’s University in Canada found that there’s a 40-60% chance those who experience certain levels of stress or depression will have another episode if left untreated.

For the other severity types, Dr. Sadie Phillips, reflect’s head of therapy, has compiled a list of strategies to help folks manage the stress in their lives and triage during more stressful periods. Because of how severe your stress is, we recommend a different path: it’s important you talk to a professional immediately to find specific strategies that can work based on your individual needs.

Our therapists can help. They bring extensive experience working with busy professionals like you to manage and overcome the stress that’s weighing on them. 

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