How to Deal With Stress When You're a Woman Who Does Too Much
If you're a woman who feels like she's constantly doing too much and never has enough time, you're not alone. In fact, you're probably in the majority. Women are known for being caretakers and often put everyone else's needs before their own. As a result, they can easily become overwhelmed and stressed out. But just because it's common doesn't mean it's okay. So what can you do about it?

Acknowledge that you're doing too much. The first step to managing your stress is to admit that you're taking on more than you can handle. It's easy to fall into the trap of thinking that you have to do everything yourself, but that's simply not true. Superwoman is not a job requirement for your life. There are only so many hours in the day, and at some point, you have to cut yourself off. Otherwise, you'll never have any time for yourself and you'll end up burning out.

Set boundaries with other people. I find this difficult, but doable. Once you've acknowledged that you need to cut back on your commitments, it's time to start setting some boundaries with other people. This can be difficult, especially if you're used to saying "yes" all the time, but it's essential if you want to reduce your stress levels. Start by saying "no" to any new commitments and gradually begin withdrawing from existing ones as well. Remember, your time is precious and you should only be spending it on things that are truly important to you.

Make time for yourself every day. One of the best ways to deal with stress is to make sure you're taking care of yourself both physically and mentally. This means exercise, eating right, getting enough sleep, and taking breaks when you need them. It might seem impossible to find the time to do all of these things when you're already so busy, but trust me, it's worth it. If you don't take care of yourself, no one else will.

Seek professional help if necessary. If your stress levels are starting to affect your mental health or physical wellbeing, it might be time to seek professional help from a therapist or counselor. Don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it—it's nothing to be ashamed of. Remember, your health should always be your top priority. 

Stress is a common issue for women who try to do too much, but that doesn't mean there's no solution. By acknowledging the problem, setting boundaries with other people, making time for yourself every day, and seeking professional help if necessary, you can learn how to manage your stress in a healthy way and live a happier life as a result.

Here is a good read that gave me that nudge I needed to feel better about saying, "no."

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