<p>Everyone experiences stress from time to time. Unchecked, stress can cause weight gain, increase your <a href="/health/stress-reduction/how-stress-linked-disease"><strong>risk of certain diseases</strong></a>, harm your <a href="/health/stress-reduction/how-stress-affect-weight-health"><strong>emotional health </strong></a>and even <a href="/health/stress-reduction/how-does-stress-affect-looks"><strong>add years to your looks</strong></a>. Fortunately, simple steps can help you cope.</p>
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How can I prevent my stress from harming my child?
<p>Stress unfortunately is a normal part of living and it is important that we learn healthy ways of dealing with stress. It is important that you do not make spontaneous decisions when you are stressful, take a minute to calm down the think over the issue. It is important that you do not react without thinking. That is the behavior that can potentially lead to harming your child. </p>
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