Stress is a useful warning sign that we may be pushing it too far. It is important to learn to recognize and respond to it.
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Stress is best defined as an emotional and physical state where the body is getting ready for the "fight or flight" response.
During the fight or flight response the body releases adrenaline, experiences palpitations and increased sweating that lasts until the perceived threat is over, or until the body falls into exhaustion and can no longer sustain this state. The stress can cause a lack of sleep, inability to focus, and changes in our eating habits.
It's a human trait to seek the attention and praise of others.
When you genuinely find something to like in others, they usually respond in kind. Be friendly to everyone. Be confident you are a likable person.
Resilience is our ability to 'bounce back' from difficult experiences. There are several ways to practice it: