It can be tempt to hide from the people, places and tasks _1_
which make life stressful. By removing you from the situation, _2_
it's possible to find immediate relief — and these sources of _3_
stress will never go away unless we confront against them. _4_
Being haunted by these stressors means that we can't be relaxed in the case the sources of stress return. _5_
If avoiding stress triggers isn't such a good technique of dealing with stress, then what is? Life experience teaches _6_
us that whenever we need to master a new skill — learning to swim, giving a public presentation, taking risks in front of others — it pays to take a deep breath, perhaps grit out teeth, and get on with things. Most of the time, it all words out.
Positive confrontation is a good coping skill when facing _7_
with stress. Instead of avoiding a difficult boss, why take every _8_
opportunity to work in his or her presence? "Throwing" ourselves in the deep end until we master it is one way to desensitize ourselves to the people, places and work we find stressful. Taking action is good for our self-esteem too.
Another approach to tackling with stress head-on _9_
is to keep records while we're working on our stress. Log the time_10_
of day, situation, how stressed you felt afterwards can be a useful tool for some people.
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