What’s the one thing that your job, your boss, your finances or your relationship have in common most times? They have the potential to stress you out, if you let them.
What’s the one thing that your job, your boss, your finances or your relationship have in common most times? They have the potential to stress you out, if you let them. Read, chill, then live a long and happy life:
1. Have strong support networks:
Studies have shown that social support is vital for constant physical and psychological health – even when your natural instinct is to go MIA. Resilient people keep support systems. Thus, fighting the urge to isolate."
2. Ask for help:
Hiding because of fear makes it worse. A resilient person is always open to help. Rather than seeing it as a sign of weakness, they see it as a part of human experience and embrace the fear.
3. See setbacks as temporary:
The usual practice is to make an issue that doesn’t go your way bigger than it is. However, we should not let such issues color your entire life. Resilient people look at setbacks as curve balls. They see setbacks as temporary, and fixable.
4. Remember that stress just means you care:
Have you ever noticed that you only get stressed by things that matter to us. This is because stress and meaning are inextricably linked. Realizing that it’s something you care about lets you know that it’s not here to set you back, it’s here to help you. It’s actually here to get you ready to be better.
5. Ask 'why':
The first question we ask ourselves when we are stressed is “Why is this happening to me? Why me? Why this? Why now?’. But, if we ask a ‘why’ question out of negativity about ourselves, your mind will come up with a list of unhelpful negative answers that make your stress worse.
Implement these various helpful tips and let us know how they help.