Stress Hack: #3 of 4 Tips to Reduce Stress

Netflix and Chill
While the NSFW connotation of this phrase may also afford a good distraction from anxiety, my suggestion is less racy. Netflix binge-watching has become my new favorite pastime and consequently I have a bunch of plot lines and clever dialogue to reflect upon. Sometimes when I’m triggered and not near my TV, I do just that. I think about the more memorable scenes of a particular series and fantasize about certain characters getting their due comeuppance. (I’m talking to you, Frank Underwood!) Your TV affords an escape during real-time viewing, but it’s also a good escape plan even when you’re away from it and feeling anxious


Author: Ray Calabrese

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