What is "self-inflicted stress"?
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Our personality greatly impacts how we handle stress. Different personalities cope with stress, depending on various factors.
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This personality type wants all to be happy and can sacrifice one’s own interests for what’s best for the group. Pleasers can become resentful and may feel under-appreciated.
Pleasers need to prioritize their schedule and manage time in a more balanced way, getting more done for themselves.
This personality type likes to be in charge, and needs to feel competent and wanted. They take on too much and feel stressed out and anxious. They need to wait a few minutes before deciding to take any new responsibilities.
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