1st April: Stress Watch
The stress leads to mood swings as well. I'll be quite content one day, then a few hours later I'll find myself in an extremely depressed mood. Then there's things like neck ache and stomach upset which I get pretty often when I'm stressed
The stress came to an end when my parents were divorced and I have sworn to do what I can and not what was expected. It was a relief, the whole life was getting easier for me. Found friends who support me, who believe in me. Thanks to him I have also found ideal sports which became a compensation to my student life: athletic sports and martial arts. So what are the points of my statement?
1.) Stress may the beginning of worse mental states.
2.) Stress can be caused by people, especially in familial surroundings.
3.) High expectations is causing stress all the time.
4.) People who have confidence in you helps to reduce stress.
5.) Sport helps you to reduce stress.
And what do you do as compensation? or are you not able to reduce stress?
Only thing that is stopping me from goign mad is goign for walks and picking up where I left off teaching myself general relativity when I was last unemployed. Since it is bank holiday tomorrow the volunteering I normally do on Fridays isn't on so I don't even have that to look forward to. I got a job centre appointment in 3 hours and I haven't providing enough evidence for my claim apparently and I am putting off phoning up because I hate phones.
Anxiety can be hard to deal with.
I feel so stressed; the pressure of getting the best grades to get into university makes me so worked up sometimes! However, I use it to motivate me in a positive way as to ease the stress you have to work harder to eliminate any doubt that you could possibly fail. Keep working hard for exams guys!!!