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3 Critical Keys To Surpass Unpredicted Stress

By Yuval Harpaz

As long as life is under control we feel safe. Still there are times when sudden events provoke our world leaving us vulnerable and exposed to a dramatically escalating stress and its affects. Now, there are reasons for that as well as solutions at hand.

The two most common causes are injury and loss. With loss, even if it is sudden and unexpected, after a period of grief and mourning we usually moves on with life. With injury, on the other hand, it might take longer, involve more obstacles and have long term implications that might shake most, if not all, areas of our lives.

When people are hit by unexpected injury there is very little that can be done in advance to prepare dealing with it. Sure, we can use the insurance payment (if we ever had that), but there is still much to do with the hurt body and mind. In such account stress will rise for the injured person as well as for the whole supporting family around him. Such an incident can change life for everyone involved.

We usually see the real nature of friend when they are really needed and it is very comforting to know we have someone to lean on. Still, the emotional, financial and time management weight on the other party can contribute for arising stress.

In such case, the first and most important thing is to organize and prioritize our thoughts. Rationally observe the affect of the situation on all parties involved. Make up your mind how to spread responsibility, reduce tension and look for substitute ways to cope. You may notice first signs of inner peace as you keep your thoughts in more order.

Another important guide is to think about other affected people around you, too. Acknowledge their annoyance and needs. Draw up a list of who needs to know about the situation, who might be counted upon to help, and things that need to be done to help relieve the burden. After all, mutual understanding and consideration for others is a main factor for a reduced amount of stress, bitterness and conflicts.

Working towards recovery needs to be a paramount goal. Thus, anything that can make that path easier include stopping being gloomy, is a desirable outcome. Since it is much easier to recover if stress and worrying are replaced by proactive actions and supporting state of mind. So, while you direct your conscious mind to focus on practical and sustaining stress relieving actions, your unconscious mind can pay attention to everything else including healing. Isn’t it?

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Harpaz, Yuval "3 Critical Keys To Surpass Unpredicted Stress." 3 Critical Keys To Surpass Unpredicted Stress. 22 Jun. 2010. 21 Feb 2016 <>.

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