A teacher in the United States has been praised for his list of 101 ways to counter stress, after one of his students posted it online.
The list was shared on Twitter by Alina Ramirez from California, who received it from Rio Mesa High School's psychology teacher Brett Phillips.
It has since been retweeted 25,000 and liked by more than 30,000 people.
My psychology teacher gave us this paper on how to cope with stress and thought I'd share it 😊 pic.twitter.com/tqNIZRiMzM— lina ⚓️ (@lovelyyy_lina) September 2, 2016
Some of the list is practical, advising people to "anticipate your needs", "break large tasks into bite size portions", "repair anything that doesn't
work properly" and "simplify meal times".
But some simply encourage people to live their life to the fullest, telling them to "feed the birds", "tickle a baby", "pet a friendly dog" or "look up
at the stars".
See Mr Phillip’s top 10 pieces of advice above.