Dealing With Stress


Posted on 14th May 2010 by admin in Uncategorized

While working in the Allied health field, or while attending an allied health school, it is crucial to your overall well being to find constructive and effective ways to release worry, anxiety, and tension.  Stress robs you of valuable energy that can be channeled elsewhere and used, instead, for positive self-transforming outlets.  Anxiety is a symptom of fear, and fear is our number one saboteur when it comes to achieving our goals in education, in the workforce, or even in our personal relationships.  When that energy is freed up that was spent on fear and stress, you can use it to create anything you want.  To concquer anxiety and conflict, you have to focus on the solution, not the problem.  Also, it is helpful to realize that fear is an indicator that you are not trusting yourself and the path you have taken.  Many fears are simply illusions our imaginations have created.  How many times have you spent worrying about a situation in advance that never actually occours?   Assess each situation you find yourself in, and transform it into an opportunity.  Trust that there is hidden meaning in all the events of your life, especially the struggles;  this meaning can serve your evolution most if you choose to let it.  For example, if you get a bad grade on a test, see it as a sign that you needed to study more or that you were meant to spend that time in other areas of study.  Perhaps you are fired from a job because  a better job awaits you where you’ll make more money and enjoy the work you do.  Use percieved failures and misfortunes as a catalyst to push you forward towards bigger and better things.

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