7 Tips for Coping with Stress Effectively

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Stress can happen to anyone, anywhere at anytime.

It can be mild or intense. It can be short or long lived.

It can lead to panic, sadness or inability to handle things. Or it can be dealt with effectively.

You don’t have to let stress control you. Instead, coping with stress is possible.

“The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.” – William James

Stress can either define your life experiences or be something that motivates you. Instead of worrying all the time, use that energy for positive motivation.

Stress can stop you, if you let it. You only need to let life happen and learn to go with the flow in order to cope with stress. Give up the notion of total control because it does not exist.

When stress happens, we are either pushed forward or stopped in our tracks. We either let it help us rise or let it sink us down. The choice between the two are in coping skills.

You can be having a great day and suddenly something happens that lets you down, and suddenly the whole day is ruined. You will rise though, if you learn that stress is a part of life, and that you don’t need to control it. You only need to find a way to cope with it.

Some signs of stress are elevated heart beat, sometimes leading to panic or panic attacks. Sweaty palms, fear rising, catastrophizing the worst will happen, feeling pressure, having a timeline to solve your problem or complete a task… This is how we start to experience stress.

People and circumstances can stress us out. It can be daunting to solve every problem on your plate. But it’s possible to solve some problems effectively with coping skills so you can tackle that to do list. It’s not possible to solve problems WITH stress. In fact, stress can hinder us from success when we let it take over. You need tools to do the job well done. These tools are helpful when dealing with stress to overcome difficult situations.

You only need to learn to cope, not control it.

Some effective ways to cope with stress are the following:

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