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Having one of those days where things just aren't going your way and you want to yell, scream and pull your hair out? Well, hold tight with these solutions to stress-inducing situations.
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Part 1: Desk rage: Workers gone wild
Part 2: Stress-offs: Do you
Part 3: Being stressed can have its perks
Part 4: Can you buy your way out of stress?
Part 5: Life coach answers reader questions
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