and how would you get out of stress. life is that way, and we have to learn how to take care of are ower self
Too many questions and not enough answers is very stressfull!! and a longgggg Holiday would help releive my stress:)
How about you!?
Baby screaming in the background as I'm trying to write a paper or read a scholarly book! This typically raises my blood pressure 10+ points!
But I'm learning to cope...and she's screaming less.
I used to use working out as a de-stresser, but unfortunately I haven't had time since the little one was born!
Hang in there it get's better - hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel right now hey, I know
Too much noise stresses me out! Funny one I know, but when it's too busy and noisy around me I can feel my heart going and I just want to scream...."let me off the bus" - metephorically speaking that is! Needless to say I am not one for busy shopping centres and the such
Having said that too much mess and clutter also stresses me out too. Not saying I'm a NOT clean freak or anything, but when everythings spread all over I am on edge.... wonder what the phsyc people would say about that? No check that - I don't want to know.
Noise can really stress me out, especially loud ringing or buzzing, car alarms, etc. I am not a fun person to be around when it is noisy!
Not feeling on top of my work, having lots to catch up on, time running out - very stressful!
And also clutter, which is not cool as my desk is fairly chaotic at the moment...
And not getting out for a run when I really need to!
Big, seemingly insurmountable problems stress me out. (Like student loan debt!) but I overcome it by just taking everything one step at a time and looking for all the opportunities, little or big, to make the problem go away.
Huge crowds and being inside a train station in NY with so many people during rush hour, that one can't really move, we were practically squished like sardines; I used to actually get dizzy. When working, asked management to let me start my day at 8 am. and left late in order to avoid the rush hour.
Having to act a role in corporate life
Having to pretend to be someone I am not
Having to run from one priority to the next - having no time to do nothing
Not having enough holidays
you should always make time to enjoy your self. because life is to short and enjoy your family to, when you have to take care of your self frist to feel good and be happy everything will go for the best.
by ryankett 8 months ago
I would say, when the doctor tells you that your heart is too frail for the Viagra!
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