Rapport Issue


Publication Date

September 28th 2016


Reb Veale

I often find it helpful to redefine terms when I am exploring them and a mentor of mine defines stress as 'when our perceived ability to cope and resources is outweighed by the perceived level of pressure'. As an NLPer, I am immediately drawn to the words 'perceived', which NLP sees as a subjective construct. And this explains how two people will find the same situation variously stressful or take it in their stride....

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