Breathe: The Stress Less Podcast

Breathe: The Stress Less Podcast

Bonnie Gray

The Antidote to Stress & Fatigue + The Surprising Causes – Plus Raising Stress-Resilient Kids

April 17, 2023   ●   26 min

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Ever feel fatigued but not sure why? Most of us don’t run marathons, yet we find ourselves sluggish after a day of sitting at our desks. Guess what causes more fatigue: food deprivation or social isolation?

As people of faith, how can we respond to fatigue and feel renewed with vitality the way God designed for our emotions and bodies?

As parents of faith, how do we raise children to be stress-resilient, so they aren’t fatigued and practice healthy mental health habits?

Soul Care coach Bonnie Gray will share answers to these questions. Learn scientific tips based on scripture to help ease anxiety.

Learn to:

  • The one key ingredient that will help you to raise your kids to be stress-resilient and protect their mental health well-being
  • The surprising reason why your body gets fatigued and how to renew your energy levels (and it doesn’t involve the gym)
  • Create this one rhythm to recover from stress from the work week & kid’s schoolwork
  • Right brain and left brain anxiety and how God created your body to respond to stress & to recover
  • Breath Prayer: Inhale: When I pass through the waters. Exhale: You will be with me.

Scripture: When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.” Is. 43:2

Soul Care Tip: Family Adventures, The joy of anticipation, novelty, and power of new experiences


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