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People deal with stress of all different types in a wide variety of ways. Whether problems are personal or financial, some handle stress by applying drugs as a temporary fix to cover up their wounds or some other bad habit. Others are determined to convert their anxiety into positive energy by picking up a long lost hobby or exercising.

Credit union management and officials under stress can respond in similar ways.

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