According to Stanford psychologist Kelly McGonigal, stress can make us stronger, smarter and happier – if we learn how to open our minds to it: important advice when teacher burnout in the UK is approaching an all-time high.

In a survey of 30,000 participants, McGonigal found that people who experienced a lot of stress but who didn’t view it as harmful were not only no more likely to die, but surprisingly had the lowest risk of dying early of anyone in the study, including those who experienced relatively little stress. The conclusion was that stress itself is not necessarily harmful, but the way we perceive it, can be.

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