- Talk with someone
- Sleep more
- Help those around you
- Keep that positive mindset all times
- Break down big problems into smaller, easier to handle problems
- Spend time in nature
Some people decide
to cower away and cry in a corner, others try to fight their way
through any stressful situations, while some just tend to freeze
and bottle everything inside until it bursts out like a balloon that’s
been inflated too much and can’t handle the pressure anymore.
Regardless of how you deal with stress, what you
need to understand is that when you are stressed, and your body
immediately forces itself into making the right decision to escape
the situation unharmed.
For example, people that choose the “fight” option tend to have
their blood rushed to their muscles ready for any response, which
is where the “red-faced reaction” comes from. On the other hand,
the people that are not used to fighting it out with whoever’s
causing the disturbance will most likely end up having most of
their bodily functions shut down, causing them to freeze
immediately and not be able to say or do anything.
We’ve all had to face off against unpleasant situations,
and that’s a fact. Whether it be someone annoying you and
making your day harder or just a series of unfortunate events
that seem to imply
that God has it in for you, it always sparks that little match inside
of you that causes you to feel that unpleasant sensation fill your
whole body making you see only red in front of your eyes.
But hey, that’s not what we’re here to focus on today. No, we’re
here in order to help you get past those unfortunate events and
function properly for the rest of the day.