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Change And Stress Management

Change is definitely a factor in stress management. Being able to manage and deal with the stress that comes with change. Alter, in whatever type, can be met by 50 percent ways either it’s welcomed or it is not.

People are always afraid of change that happens in their lives. That’s maybe why some individuals become stressed by it. Maybe it is the unexpected that can stress out people when change happens in their lives. And there are different ways and levels that people react to modify that happen in their lifestyles.

The most common reaction to alter is shock as well as surprise. When confronted with unexpected situations such as accidents or other improvised events, surprise is apparently the immediate effect for many people. Such situations make people realize that particular plans and patterns one has made in life can reach some unexpected changes. The actual realization that there’s nothing permanent can be a way to obtain stress for some people as change may come as an unexpected.

Some people react to change with denial and also refusal to accept modify. Some people even attempt to bring out certain ideals in order to support that any change is not required. This may be a secondary reaction to change after the big surprise and shock phase.

At times, people proceed from surprise and sometimes denial to a logical understanding of change. People may see that change may actually be required in certain situations understanding that there are reasons why changes happen. Through this, people begin to learn how to locate ways on how to handle the situation. But at this point people may still not willing to have modify affect their habits but rather find a few means to remedy the situation as an alternative.

Change can sometimes lead people to react in two different ways. At certain points, change may possibly reach a certain stage where it becomes an emergency. At this point, people either can accept it or totally avoid it. When individuals learn to accept the alteration, no matter how unpleasant, they’re not affected by the stress that accompany it as much as those that may wish to avoid or even ignore change. Staying away from evident changes, particularly the unpleasant ones, will often lead to additional tension to people.

Trying to combat one’s own way in coping with change other than agreeing to it can sometimes be any lost cause. Conflicts, both internal and external may possibly arise and give significant stress to people. It is just after learning how to accept the changes that will help release some of the burden which denial and refusal to accept change brings along.

Stress management works by being able to comprehend and learn about how people deal with modifications. Knowing the different responses and the phases that people go through with modify can help people get a better grasp associated with dealing with the results regarding change with less anxiety.

Comments: 26

  1. Ngoc March 1, 2013 at 4:12 pm Reply

    I have been depressed and even suicidal for most of my life. I have undergone therapy and tried almost everything. The truth is I always end up unable to sleep at night, crying my eyes out for no reason. I have no desire to get up and do anything. I feel dead. I have a girlfriend and I love her very much. I just want to change for her :(.

  2. Bruno July 28, 2013 at 4:47 pm Reply

    I get over loaded with homework if I’m not at school I’m at home doing more school work. I don’t Think it’s fair, I have no time for myself anymore. I’m always stressed and exhausted (I can never fall asleep at night)

    Do you know of anyways that I can get things done quickly and be relaxed and stress free?

  3. Lavern December 29, 2013 at 7:37 pm Reply

    I have an in class essay tomorrow and that is the question, but I can not find any information. I am so stressed out and would love some help. If you don’t know about Australian forests, then just forests in general would be fine. Thanks

  4. Willie January 11, 2014 at 6:01 am Reply

    If i have a masters in human resources management and a bachelor’s in psychology, what other fields of business can i get into? will i be stuck doing HR for the rest of my career, or can i advance into other fields if take some other certification or degree?

  5. Johana January 13, 2014 at 7:46 pm Reply

    What are some good ways to help manage anger and stress. I think I might need help in both areas.

  6. Margarito January 17, 2014 at 10:09 pm Reply

    I get really stressed sometimes and i find it hard to function.

  7. Tyree February 1, 2014 at 11:26 pm Reply

    why is it important to be aware of the connection between time and stress management

  8. Delmer February 2, 2014 at 12:07 am Reply

    3 Good Points. Thanks

  9. Daren February 2, 2014 at 3:04 am Reply

    How do you cope with stress??

  10. Janelle February 13, 2014 at 6:15 am Reply

    Details? Does it fall out? change color?

  11. Dee February 21, 2014 at 4:28 am Reply

    and if its already happened, can you reverse the effect by stress management?

  12. Micaela February 21, 2014 at 10:14 am Reply

    Normally, I can take on a lot when it comes to work and situations at home. I’m 28, a mother of a 3 year old, a wife and a boss and have a lot on my plate. I’m not one to cry over little things and whatnot but recently I feel like all these little things have been piling up. From annoyances at work to frustrations at home, I’ve been crying at the drop of a dime for no big reason at all and feel overwhelmingly stressed and overreacting. What are some tips or ideas to help me with my stress management and to keep calm when burnt out at work? Any information is greatly appreciated.

  13. Duncan February 21, 2014 at 11:39 pm Reply

    i am always tired and stressed! my school is split in to two teams and im on a team with a friend who isnt my bff because she sometimes puts me down, which makes me feel bad. i get home from school and i just want to take a nap and i want to skip days sometimes but my mom and dad wont let me. i get headaches almost every day after school, i take tylonal but it doesnt go away! i also started my period for the first time this year. does that have any thing to do with it? please help me cuz when i get stressed i eat and i am gaining weight so please help me get out of stress!

    thanks in advance

  14. Cassaundra February 22, 2014 at 6:55 am Reply

    I’m 22 years old,female and i have been working as a staff nurse in a private hospital for over a year now. I really love what i’m doing but it seems that being in the medical field is very stressful. I find it difficult adjusting with our ever changing schedules. I rarely attend social gatherings because of my schedule, i rarely see my friends also. For the past months i feel so crabby, sensitive and emotional, which is leading to having problems with my boyfriend that even in smallest of things i get angry or sad. Please please can somebody help me! Give me tips on how to relieve my emotional stress. Your help is very appreciated and could save me. Thanks and God bless!

  15. Alex February 23, 2014 at 2:36 pm Reply

    do any of you have any tips for managing stress for a SAHM??

    Everything I have seen about stress management has something to do with exercising in it and I don’t ENJOY exercising therefore it would not help me.
    I have looked into Mommy groups and Play group but there is none in this area??

    Thank All of you for your wonderful advise I am gonna talk to the hubby when he gets home and talk about it:)

  16. Rod February 23, 2014 at 6:37 pm Reply

    If so what hormone(s) impact stress the most and which direction? Negatively or positively?

  17. See February 27, 2014 at 2:32 am Reply

    Since Junior year started stress and anxiety has really began to affect my body. I get upset stomachs almost every time I get to school in the mornings, I feel nauseous on and off throughout the day, I cannot sit still at times, and overall I just don’t feel well. I already have a very sensitive stomach, I cannot eat much dairy at all anymore especially because of this, and I just don’t know how to deal with this. I get anxious sometimes for no reason at all even when I am not in school as well. Please how can I overcome this stressful year and relax myself so that these annoying and inconvenient side effects stop?

  18. Bryce March 1, 2014 at 10:48 am Reply

    A professor was giving a lecture to his student on stress management.

    He began his class by holding up a glass with some water in it. He held it up for all to see & asked the students: “How much do you think this glass weighs?”

    “50gms!” …. “100gms!” …..”125gms” ..the students answered.

    “I really don’t know unless I weigh it,” said the professor, “but, my question is: What would happen if I held it up like this for a few minutes?”

    “Nothing” …..the students said.

    “Ok what would happen if I held it up like this for an hour?”, the professor asked.

    “Your arm would begin to ache”, said one of the student.

    “You’re right, now what would happen if I held it for a day?”

    “Your arm could go numb, you might have severe muscle stress & paralysis and have to go to hospital for sure!”, ventured another student and all the students laughed.

    “Very good. But during all this, did the weight of the glass change?”, asked the professor.

    “No” was the answer.

    “Then what caused the arm ache and the muscle stress?”

    The students were puzzled.

    “What should I do now to come out of pain?”, asked professor again.

    “Put the glass down!”, said one of the students.

    “Exactly!”, said the professor.

    Life’s problems are something like this:
    Hold it for a few minutes in your head and they seem okay.
    Think of them for a long time, and they begin to ache.
    Hold it even longer, and they begin to paralyze you.

    It’s important to think of the challenges or problems in your life, but EVEN MORE IMPORTANT is to “PUT THEM DOWN” at the end of every day before you go to sleep.

    That way, you are not stressed, you wake up every day fresh and strong, and can handle any issue, any new challenges that comes your way!
    i know it not a jokes…but though of sharing it n nt sure where to put it under

  19. Mason March 3, 2014 at 1:40 am Reply

    Okay I’ve been really really stressed lately…. what are good ways to release stress?

  20. Nicolas March 4, 2014 at 1:09 am Reply

    Ok so I take the smallest problem and make it so big. My birthday is coming up in a month and last year i totally ruined it cuz i was too stressed. I take something that i cant really do any thing about and make a wrorst scenario out of it…its so bad. I need to learn to take things as they come. I’ve been trying to continuously say things to myslef but i cant it just keeps reminding me when im not even thining of it…plz help!

  21. Idalia March 9, 2014 at 7:35 pm Reply

    I am working 2 jobs now, both of which involve alot of physical work
    (in other words minimal sitting at a computer, lots of being on my feet carrying heavy stuff around or helping a customer)
    They are good jobs, but between them I only get one day off, sometimes none at all
    and I’m used to a nice even M-F with the weekends off. Now my “weekend” is in the middle of the week
    and I’m also physically exhausted from early morning and long days.
    I feel like my freedom is gone.
    I feel depressed at times, especially when there’s still a long week ahead.
    is there a good book for a 20-something who’s working too hard
    and needs advice on how to relax, be optimistic, and make time for important stuff
    like her fiancee and her various responsibilities?

  22. Valentin March 11, 2014 at 4:01 am Reply

    When i am at school i have to go through the same routine, everyday nothing changes. But it is this that mostly causes the problems. I’m in the program JROTC and it really is a good program but, the Sgt’s there can be real Mick Assholes. Seriously if you were to enter in something like that be prepare for the instructors because there are some who really are out there to pick on you and mess with you, which brings me to my question. When there is someone in a facility that constantly teases and harasses you ,if you will, what would you do to prevent it from reoccuring? Now it is too late to go to the head of the JROTC,i have tried to deal with but my mentality is shot and i’m ready to kill. It has become so bad to the point of complete exhaustion. I believe this person picks on me because out of that whole period there are only three African Americans which is myself and two other cadets whom are male. But I am the ONLY African American female in that period, so it’s pretty unfair.
    This is a society and culture problem because well, in the society i am exposed to teens don’t have much say-so. It’s not like i’m trying to state that other teens have a better control of their life but, as a minority, i feel compelled to have this person fired and dragged out of teaching students anything. This man is a 47 year old Sergeant First Class who’s last name is Jamison who has nothing better to do then to pick on a 14 year-old who cannot do much, i just want this man to leave me alone. And i will feel very sorry for the other African American females or whatever outnumbered race, male or female. That comes into our JROTC. I dont to school to be tortured i come to learn and be all i can be. And yet to answer this question the person needs to fully understand my dispostion and temperament towards this man, and what my position is. It’s not very reassuring that my culture is not being taken very seriously and this man is also Afican American…so that is something i dont like.

  23. Kip May 4, 2014 at 6:05 am Reply

    Im only 17 & i get stressed out really quick that includes getting irritated fustrated onoid specially when i have no reason to be it often occurs around my family & then i cant deal with anybody else like when i got to work sometimes i feel like i have to yell at somebody or just go somewhere were no can find me I NEED HELP!!!!!

  24. Marianela May 8, 2014 at 7:41 pm Reply

    Even though Summer is here, my Summer sucks still. I work 9 to 5 Monday to Friday. How can I get time to make new friends this Summer in South New Jersey and make new friends to have group so I can out there on trips and enjoy Summer Fun? How do I have time to Read a book, Tae Bo exercises, stretching exercises, Guitar Practice, Creative Writing I want to try, Summer Fun, and other stuff?

  25. Waylon May 17, 2014 at 9:21 pm Reply

    tell me home remedy for stress management so that we can concentrate on our work

  26. Porter June 10, 2014 at 12:43 am Reply

    I am trying to choose a branch and I just had a question about the Marine Corps Reserve.

    Would it change me in a negative way? I an a very independent person with VERY independent thoughts (most people disagree with me lol) and the things I actually like about myself are; I worry about everyone, I help anyone whenever I can, I like to have educated political debates, and any debates. I have alot of empathy for people. Also I am very stubborn and heard headed. But I am open minded to other ideas.

    Will the Marines change those things about me? it wont be a deciding factor but since I am stuck between two branches it would be nice to know. I want to hear from people that have been there done that.
    Im talking about permanently. After I get out, will I be the same, just upgraded person, or will my core personality change? I know that when I am in uniform, Orders come first and all that, but Im not going to be in forever and not 24/7 even when I am still in.

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