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Ways to Make Yourself Immune
4. Lead with positivity.
“One of the biggest ways we transfer stress is verbally,“ Gielan explains, “so jump-starting a conversation with a positive statement can set the tone in a different place.” Instead of starting off a meeting saying, “I’m so stressed, my head is all over the place!” try something light-hearted: “I just had the best turkey and avocado sandwich for lunch. How’s your day going?” Not only is this a super easy way to protect yourself against secondhand stress, but it can also have a ripple effect and reduce stress for others around you, Gielan says.
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