Stress has become a normal part of life for so many people. In today's society it is taken for granted and accepted that in most work environments one can expect to have some level of stress, whether you're the big boss or the worker. Demands are made of people far beyond the call of duty. Yes, stress has always been around to some degree, but I feel the pressure is far greater today than ever before. The fear that we will not perform to the high standard expected of us, which in some cases is beyond reason, pushes us to take on more and more of a workload that again is not reasonable. We fear to fail, which creates a problem for us, so we set our own personal goals to combat this, which in turn produces even more stress. We all need help and advice at these times.
Emotional stress has taken its wear and tear on many of us. We take on family issues as our own personal responsibility, when in most cases we need to stand back and say, "Is this mine?" We want to be loved so we bend over backwards to accommodate other people, when they really don't care about you and take you for granted. This builds resentment and causes stress. You live in a controlled emotional situation and scream inside to be free. The baby cries constantly, the next door neighbour plays loud music all day and night, the list is enormous. I am sure you can relate to some of these examples.
Take stock of your life and ask yourself is this what you want?
We have to be realistic of course, but we can alleviate stress, first by taking personal responsibility for asking for help, advice or counseling on how to deal with the problems arising from stress. Here are some positive ways we can help you make changes to your life that can only be beneficial.
The practice of daily meditations will help your stress level, 10 to 20 minutes a day will make all the difference.
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Sheila and Todd Wall
Touch Your Heart3 Morse Street, Brighton, Dunedin, New Zealand
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