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From the Ted Talk by Emily Nagoski and Amelia Nagoski: The cure for burnout (hint it isn't self-care)

Unscramble the Blue Letters

And I hope people are like, "OK, so how do I complete the stress response cylce?" And we have a list of, like, a dozen concrete, specific, evidence-based ways to help people deal with the ssetrs response cycle. But just taking the example of a commute: you get out of your car or you get off the bus, and your shoulders are trying to be your earrings, and you're grumpy and cranky and still thinking about the jerk who did I don't know what. And what you do is jumping jckas in your driveway, or you go for a long walk around the block or you just tense every mscule in your body, standing outside your apartment door, holding your breath, tense, tense, tsnee for a slow count of 10. Even just that little bit of using your body is what communicates to your body that your body is now a safe place for you to be. You have to separate dealing with the stress from dalnieg with the thing that caused the stress.

Open Cloze

And I hope people are like, "OK, so how do I complete the stress response _____?" And we have a list of, like, a dozen concrete, specific, evidence-based ways to help people deal with the ______ response cycle. But just taking the example of a commute: you get out of your car or you get off the bus, and your shoulders are trying to be your earrings, and you're grumpy and cranky and still thinking about the jerk who did I don't know what. And what you do is jumping _____ in your driveway, or you go for a long walk around the block or you just tense every ______ in your body, standing outside your apartment door, holding your breath, tense, tense, _____ for a slow count of 10. Even just that little bit of using your body is what communicates to your body that your body is now a safe place for you to be. You have to separate dealing with the stress from _______ with the thing that caused the stress.

Solution

  1. cycle
  2. jacks
  3. tense
  4. muscle
  5. stress
  6. dealing

Original Text

And I hope people are like, "OK, so how do I complete the stress response cycle?" And we have a list of, like, a dozen concrete, specific, evidence-based ways to help people deal with the stress response cycle. But just taking the example of a commute: you get out of your car or you get off the bus, and your shoulders are trying to be your earrings, and you're grumpy and cranky and still thinking about the jerk who did I don't know what. And what you do is jumping jacks in your driveway, or you go for a long walk around the block or you just tense every muscle in your body, standing outside your apartment door, holding your breath, tense, tense, tense for a slow count of 10. Even just that little bit of using your body is what communicates to your body that your body is now a safe place for you to be. You have to separate dealing with the stress from dealing with the thing that caused the stress.

Frequently Occurring Word Combinations

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uncomfortable feelings 3
cloe shasha 2
emotional exhaustion 2
stress cycle 2
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safe place 2
response cycle 2
real life 2

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collocation frequency
stress response cycle 2

Important Words

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  2. bit
  3. block
  4. body
  5. breath
  6. bus
  7. car
  8. caused
  9. communicates
  10. complete
  11. concrete
  12. count
  13. cranky
  14. cycle
  15. deal
  16. dealing
  17. door
  18. dozen
  19. driveway
  20. earrings
  21. grumpy
  22. holding
  23. hope
  24. jacks
  25. jerk
  26. jumping
  27. list
  28. long
  29. muscle
  30. people
  31. place
  32. response
  33. safe
  34. separate
  35. shoulders
  36. slow
  37. specific
  38. standing
  39. stress
  40. tense
  41. thinking
  42. walk
  43. ways