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Share the pressure

Telling someone else about the pressure you're feeling has been proven to reduce anxiety and stress.

Sharing your feelings allows you to examine them, challenge their reality, and view a pressure situation in a realistic manner.

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Whenever I have a problem I just sing, then I realize my voice is worse than my problem

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