Tweets of Stressed People

As I scanned Twitter today, I saw people saying that they’re stressed and want to:

· I think I need Margaritas tonight
· Punching stuff
· Hot bath and a cold beer
· Work sucks balls today. I think I’m going to say f*ck it all and call out tomorrow and go to the gun range
· If I did drugs, I feel like right now would be a great time to pop a few
· Tomorrow I’m slappin’ whoever gets on my nerves
· I have a hell of a lot on my mind, some people never change
· I’m stressed out over the price of a plane ticket
· Today has been up and down! It’s been amazing then god awful! Feeling rather stressed and just holding my food down
· I have one hour before work and three hours after work to get about 400 things done. Stressed much? I should say so.

Do you ever feel that way? Most of us feel that way at times.

It is not fun to be in that space. It gets worse if we act on those impulses. Our stress level can skyrocket from “the frying pan directly into the fire.”

You know what I mean?

Drinking or using drugs to calm your nerves or getting into arguments with people at home or at work may make you feel better for the moment, but end up causing more grief and stress. I don’t even have to mention the consequences of acting on impulses of hurting ourselves or others.

My heart goes out for those who wrote the comments above. I am sure they are writing about it to vent and maybe feel better; or they are asking for help. I hope that they do not intend to act on those impulses. At the same time, they may not know what else to do to help themselves.

This is where the stress relief tips and techniques can come in handy to calm yourself down in the moment. You may download the “Instant Stress Relief” mp3 for free.

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About hyma

My goal is to help you live better & love better! Dr. Hyma has been working as a clinical psychologist since 1992, for over 19 years in USA. Prior to that she has worked in India and West Indies. She also does spiritual life coaching. She has trained in psychotherapeutic modalities such as Gestalt Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Guided Imagery, Hypnosis etc. She has helped patients with depression, anxiety, panic disorders, phobias and trauma; children with ADHD and other behavioral difficulties. Her primary interests are now in stress management, mindfulness practice, mind-body medicine, and energy psychology. She conducts online and in-person seminars and retreats to groups of individuals to learn these skills to master their life situations. Her CDs to help with relaxation, sleep and stress management have been very popular and helpful. She makes customized CDs for clients dealing with various emotional issues.
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