A roundup of new and updated resources and services on the global Internet:
Relief for Stress Sufferers
We all know stress is bad for us. The results of studies linking to stress to heart disease, obesity, infections and other illnesses have been thrown in front of us, not to mention the thousands of unlikely products claiming to reduce anxiety. But there are scientific explanations for stress, and proven ways to treat it yourself, including through relaxation. Whether you're a health professional or a sufferer, there will be useful information on this International Stress Management Association site, developed by a nonprofit organization dedicated to making for a less stressful world. Click on www.stress-management-isma.org/.
Fired? No, I Quit
To resign or not resign, that is the question for millions of Americans each year, and there is now help with that agonizing decision. I-resign.com offers resignation letter templates to personalize and print, a resignation "kit," funny resignation letters from the past, and a "Latest Big Quitters, Hall of Fame." For the squeamish, there is a primer on "Resigning with Style and Dignity" and a how-to on removing incriminating evidence from a PC. Once resigned, get help learning how to survive the first week in a new job, or find out why you should or should not resign by consulting the Salary Calculator.
Second Chance Screenings
Missed the theatrical release of a current film, and want to know when it will arrive on video? A site for the cinema omnivore, Rotten Tomatoes (www.rottentomatoes.com/videodvd/upcoming.php) offers a list of upcoming video versions of theatrical releases.
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