More StressStress, anxiety, tension, worry affect every age group, from teenagers to the elderly. Many times our own frame of mind will determine our own mental state. Difficulties, or troubles in our life can provoke stress if we let it. And the pace of our lives can cause strain; we need to condition our thinking to eliminate unnecessary stress and allow time for relaxation.
We hope our short list provides information that will address your concerns regarding stress. You will find reading on panic attacks, symptoms of stress, techniques for stress relief, anger management and more info to assist you in coping with stressful situations in your life."Stress is an ignorant state. It believes that everything is an emergency. Nothing is that important."
"Nothing is permanent in this wicked world - not even our troubles."
"To avoid stress means to recognize how it starts. If you are your own worst enemy, then
know what not to do. If there
is an external cause, work to eliminate it if you can. If you
are unable to eliminate the cause, that is, it is something beyond what you
can influence or control, either take a completely new tack or strategy to
place it in a secondary role in your life, or accept it for what it is and quit fretting over it
because the more you think about it, the bigger you are giving it a voice in your life."
"Do not brood over your past mistakes and failures as this will only fill your mind with grief, regret and depression. Do not repeat them in the future."
"This art of resting the mind and the power of dismissing from it all care and worry is probably one of the secrets of energy in our great men."
"What's the use of worrying? It never was worthwhile."
"Laugh at yourself and at life. Not in the spirit of derision or whining self-pity, but as a remedy, a miracle drug, that will ease your pain, cure your depression, and help you to put in perspective that seemingly terrible defeat and worry with laughter at your predicaments, thus freeing your mind to think clearly toward the solution that is certain to come. Never take yourself too seriously."
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