9 Ways to Cope with Stressful Situations
Giving a presentation, going through a breakup, losing a loved one—everybody experiences a stressful life event at one point or another. “You know the saying that only two things in life are universal: death and taxes? Well, it's actually stress, death, and taxes,” says Josh Briley, Ph.D., a Texas-based licensed clinical psychologist and fellow of the American Institute of Stress.
In some cases, the source of that stress can be positive—like a graduation party, wedding, or job promotion. “But your body still responds in a stressful manner,” Briley says. “There’s still a lot to do, and it feels like there’s not enough time to do it.”
The good news? Acknowledging what you’re feeling is the first step toward coping with stress.
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