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Stressed Out
The word Stressed Out has so many different meanings to everyone. According to Woolfolk and Richardson “Stress is a perception of threat or expectation of future discomfort that arouses, alerts, or otherwise activates the organism” (9). To me stressed out is when you reach your limitation. There is a slight difference between stress and stressed out. Everyone deals with stress on a daily bases. Stressed out is when you cannot take any more stress. This plague can affect all ages and both genders. Stress has no restrictions on when, where and how it will affect to someone. It can affect us in two main ways both physical and emotional. Sometimes we may not show any signs of stress. Stress can be very dangerous to us because it can be fatal to a person’s health. By realizing stress factors, some types of stressors and learning ways to control it would play a big role in bettering one’s self. Although it sounds obvious, many people do not recognize they have stress factors. As Woolfolk and Richardson states “Since our perceptions and evaluations of the world actually causes stress, then changing some part of our basic outlook on life may be the most expedient way to reduce tension and anxiety” (11). Some common sings for people who have stress are fatigue or irritability. Sometimes family members can be the main cause of stress. We need to take in consideration that having a social life and even our own selves are all big factors of stress. We usually think of stressors as being negative, such as an exhausting work schedule or a rocky relationship. However, anything that puts high demands on you or forces you to adjust can be stressful. This includes positive events such as getting married, buying a house, going to college, or receiving a promotion. Because of the widespread damage, stress can cause, it is important to know your own limit. People who…...

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