You might be born taller or shorter than other people, but you have to develop skills from birth, just like everyone else. People who are better at certain things have just spent more time perfecting that specific craft, whether it be exercise, math, sports, or socializing.
If you suffer from stress and anxiety, you probably want to avoid future run-ins with these problems. Of course, stress is inevitable, but you can learn to cope with it in a functional, healthy way.
Here are some tips for staving off stress and anxiety before they catch up with you:
Email is great, and saves a lot of time. You no longer have to wait three or more days for someone to get a message from you. You can use it to be more organized, set tasks, and more. But, email can also get out of control and suck up a lot of time if you’re not organized.
Taking things personal means that you are sensitive to the words, actions and inaction of others. Rather than immediately focusing on and putting a negative spin on the word “sensitive” let’s think through what that word really means.
Being able to empathize, or feel what others are feeling, with others is a major contributor to formation and success of relationships. Learning how to put yourself in their shoes can increase the number of successful relationships you develop and help you to maintain harmony within those connections.