"The Successful manager of stress is willing to do that which the unsuccessful manager of stress is not willing to do."
Dr. Michael Olpin
Here in the Health Promotion and Human Performance programs, we like to think that we have control over our health and well-being. We practice healthful behaviors such as eating well, getting enough rest, exercising regularly, and getting regular checkups when it's appropriate. Doing these things, on a regular basis, tend to help us enjoy healthier and more satisfying lives.
We also feel that stress, and it's unpleasant effects, are completely within our control. Most people simply don't know what to do. The Stress Relief Center has been designed to give you a large number of effective tools that work to reduce your stress and help you feel a lot better. Take some time to look over this website. After you've learned what we are all about, you can simply drop in for a visit to try out all of our fun and relaxing ways we have to help you with your stress.
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Sponsored by the Health Promotion program in the Department of Health Promotion & Human Performance at WSU.
Under the direction of Dr. Michael Olpin of the Health Promotion program.
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