Stress and how to manage it
Jun10

Stress and how to manage it

Stress can be a thing that shuts you down completely. Stresses build up over time, and if you fail to do something about it, then it will slowly drain your energy and your will to do anything. If you find yourself staring at the monitor or TV for the most hours of your free time and you feel dissatisfaction with everything you have done, then you have to take the issue in your hands and something about it.
– Avoid the stressors
Not every stressor can or should be avoided as some are essential to you, but you are probably unaware of how many things can be ignored or refused with just a bit of self-belief and a couple of “no’s”. Each and every one of us has some limits and knowing those limits and sticking to them is an important thing. No matter whether the issue is within the personal or professional sphere, sometimes you have to say “no” and you have to stick with it. 30ac05965cdfd5c728c61bdc3970db1cThere are many things in life that you have to bear with, but there are also those that you should bare with according to everyone else. You are not everyone else, you are you, so don’t take too many things on yourself.
We try to hide it from ourselves, but many stressors in our lives are other people. I am not talking about shifting the guilt to other people; it is simply the naked truth: there are toxic people in our lives, people that cause more stress to us than anything else. serve-addicted-afflicted-peopleDistancing from those people might be the best possible option, and if that doesn’t work you simply have to end your relationship with them, no matter the type of that relationship.
The environment can cause stress as well and a lot of us fail to realize that we are in control over the environment. If TV shows troubles you then simply turn it off. If your job makes you anxious and troubled seek another job or discuss it with people who might invoke the change you can’t. You have to move, to change things, to fight for yourself.
– Alter the stressor
equilibrio-emocional-na-carreira-profissionalStressor or the situation that came from it can be altered as well. This will take some dedication as you will probably have to change some things in your daily life, but it will eventually turn well.
Bottling up all of your feelings will make you a bitter person and it will add up the stress. Both negative and positive feelings can become toxic if they are bottled up for too long. You have to learn to express your feelings. Don’t be too aggressive while doing that but be sure not to leave anything bad inside of your mind because it will bother you later.
It might sound strange, but if you manage your time badly it can add up to stress. Check whether you can manage your time better and you will find a lot of time that can be used for better things.

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