THE TELEGRAPH: How to tell if you're living with 'quiet stress'

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Release date: 19/8/2019

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Cary Cooper, a professor of psychology and health at the University, has been quoted in The Telegraph discussing the rise in people suffering from ‘quiet stress’. “Despite getting a bad rap over the years, expressing anger or frustration is far healthier than smiling sweetly while feeling quietly stressed.” according to Prof Cooper.

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TitleHow to tell if you're living with 'quiet stress'
Media name/outletThe Telegraph
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date19/08/19
DescriptionCary Cooper, a professor of psychology and health at the University, has been quoted in The Telegraph discussing the rise in people suffering from ‘quiet stress’. “Despite getting a bad rap over the years, expressing anger or frustration is far healthier than smiling sweetly while feeling quietly stressed.” according to Prof Cooper.
URLhttps://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/mind/tell-living-quiet-stress/
PersonsCary Cooper