“a feeling that is created when you react to certain events. It’s the body’s way of rising to a challenge and preparing to meet a tough situation with focus, strength, stamina, and heightened alertness” (Reach Out.com).
It is normal to adjust to a certain amount of stress, whether at work or at home.
We are built to do that.
But if our workload suddenly intensifies in some way – or if an unexpected and distressing life event occurs (such as illness, or the death of a loved one for example), stress can quickly becomes a problem.
When we become over-stressed it can start to affect how we cope with our day-to-day activities.
The psychological and emotional signs that a person is becoming over-stressed could include:
– increased irritability,
– feeling anxious,
– avoiding people,
– moodiness/feeling frustrated with things that normally not frustrating,
– low self esteem/ self confidence,
– anxiety attacks,
– depression, or feelings of sadness.
Many people find that talking with a professional who is objective and empathetic is a helpful way to process what they are experiencing.
It also helps people find coping strategies.
You don’t have to go it alone.
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We are situated in Lexington Drive, Bella Vista. Please feel free to contact Deborah Sanasi on 0416 166 501 to arrange an initial consultation.
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