How to Deal with Emotional Stress

Reducing the buildup of emotional stress inside you starts with the way you react to a stressor in the first place. A stressor is any event, situation or person that triggers a negative emotion in you – stress emotions like anger, frustration, annoyance, fear, anxiety, worry, sadness, defeat, overwhelm, etc.

Stop for a moment and think of the main stressor in your life… Is it a stressful situation at work? …dealing with difficult employees? …other difficult people?a relationship issue? …a health issue? …a performance situation?

Pick one.

Now, ask yourself this, “The next time I’m in this situation again in the future, would I rather feel frustrated, nervous or emotionally stressed… or calm, strong and confident?”

Strong and confident, right? But there’s something even MORE important…

In which mental state do you think you would be more capable of dealing with the situation successfully and produce the kind of positive outcome you want? …frustrated or stressed? …or strong and confident?

Focusing on feeling calm, strong and confident WHEN THE STRESSOR IS HAPPENING not only reduces your level of emotional stress, but also makes it more possible for you to clear up the problem that is CAUSING your stress!

You can do a lot on your own just by practicing feeling strong and confident in stressful situations.

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