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  • Writer's pictureChris Bowler

How do you deal with stress?

Take the test and get the results

Working and living almost exclusively from home can be stressful. How are you reacting? What puts you at ease and what triggers even more stress?

Or for some, stress is hitting you because you've recently been furloughed or laid off. Stress is through the roof.

Let's start here: it's not about the world outside or how others might set you off. Stress starts with you; no one else. Understanding how you deal with these external sources of stress is the key to coping with - and overcoming - these stressors.

Stress can affect your personal relationships, for sure, but also your work. During this work-from-home world, we are living in, some people may experience higher levels of stress because they have fewer social outlets to deal with it. And for others, especially those who enjoy a heads-down, quiet workplace, their current reality suits them just fine.

Whether with family, friends, or coworkers, how do you get along with every personality type? How do you spot the signs of stress in yourself, but also in others?

I'm currently working with a personality platform called iMapMyLife. For a limited time, you can receive your four-dimensional iMap of you along with a special guide, Anxiety: Sources and Solutions. Both the iMap and the Stress Guide are absolutely free, no strings attached.

To get started, do the following:

  1. Go to and register.

  2. When you reach the credit card page, put in the coupon code HOPE on the right side of the screen and it will give you access to the questionnaire at no charge.

  3. Complete the questionnaire and you will log back into to receive your iMap as well as the Anxiety guide entirely for free.

Now, taking the questionnaire will take you a few minutes, but hang in there, it's worth it. Once done, you'll receive a readout of your personality type. But more importantly, tips and advice on how to deal with others, whether family, friends, or coworkers.

Trust me, it's one of the more important things you can do for yourself - today.

Full disclosure: I am an advisory board member of SSI, the creators of

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