Posted on Jun 30, 2006 | Comments 0
Problems are going to exist and learning to accept the problems as they come our way can help us to reduce our stress. We all have our share of problems without having to worry about all the problems that the system brings us. We all have some Common problems include family stressors, relationships stressors, financial obligations, and so forth.
We frequently learn how to manage with our stress while growing, but some of us missed out on the benefits of full development. We have wars, crime, poverty, and other stressors that make it difficult to think positive, therefore, we need to learn stress management techniques that help us to manage with stress by reducing the stressors.
We can do this by making good decisions, practicing healthy tasks, eating healthy foods, exercising, and avoiding negative stressors that present a risk to us.
We know most of us have no control over political ritual and other wars, since society will often sit down and wait for others to handle the major problems in life and alone we cannot protest the troubles.
Therefore, if we have no control why bother worry about something that is going to happen irrespective of how we think. Why stress over problems that are not in your hand when you have a full plate already. We can also review our life to see if areas of our behaviors and thinking play a part in our decisions and the results of our mistakes.
We are flawed human beings, so it is impossible to make good decisions all the time however, most of the times it is not impossible to make good decisions. And also we make bad decisions negative results follows in series.
This is when problems are increasing stress, since stressors are accumulating. We can look at examples to understanding the process of making bad decisions and reduce stress by staying focused on the results.
A young man has a history of sleeping around with a number of women. He has two children in which he is paying child support each week and twins on the way. Now this might appear fun for this young man, but his bad decisions lead to more bad decisions that resulted for him to pay out his earnings for the remains of his life.
His decisions affected many lives, since now we have single parents, and children that may or may not know their father. What a disordered situation for making one bad decision.
The persons have life to go with many stressors along the path. We know that marriage is the only answer to avoiding problems in our life to the magnitude of sleeping around brings.
Solve problems with positive thinking, positive thoughts and self-confidence
Life is already bothersome so why add more problems to your life and possibly the life of others. If you are experience stress then you might want to write up a list of thoughts, emotions, problems, actions taking, and decisions made and so forth for review.
Search the list looking for areas that you may have the capability to change to abolish problems. For example, assume you went out to visit a friend and a fight broke out at his place.
Is there something you could have done in a different way to avoid this problem? Is your friend prone to associating with persons that are troublesome? If so, you know that avoiding this type of relationship could have spared you the trouble of dealing with the law as a witness and engaging in violence to help your friend.
Maybe you made a decision in your life that changed your life forever. Assuming you made a decision to drop out of high school in your younger years. The world has changed dramatically making it nearly impossible to survive without a degree.
Now you know that this decision presented a major problem for your life, but there is an answer to the problem. If you make a wise decision and take, courses to get your degree you have a chance of a better future and the ability to reduce your problems avoiding stress.
You can see obviously that most problems can be minimized by making shrewd choices. When you make the choice to complete your confidence, self-worth, and other personal needs increase.
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