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Wendy Taylor Human Dynamics CS110-19 September 4 2003 Carol Forrey My Stress My Life I looked at my stress diary Stress Diary and discovered that most of my stress involves other people I rarely have a situation that involves just me This makes me think that I am greatly influenced by other peoples moods andor actions A great example of this would be my boyfriend was rushing in the morning trying to find his keys Even though I was in a wonderful mood when I woke up I seemed very agitated after he left I just could not get relaxed This shows me that his frantic attitude had a great effect on me without me even realizing it until much later I really do not feel that my stress is a direct effect of him as a person but that it is more of a general frustration with the world around me The lack of control of other peoples actions and moods seems to trigger a great deal of negative stress In the same effect I feel that I am a very empathic person I do not think that this is a negative thing In my opinion the positive aspects of being able to understand other peoples problems far out ways any negative ones I have had a great deal of time trying to deal with my stress Throughout adolescence I had no idea how to handle anything without lashing out at anyone I went through many years of counseling and learned that by doing daily meditation and staying with a routine it helps me remain calm I do not feel a direct restlessness from changing my routine it is more like grumpiness that other people notice more than I do This is also how my stress affects my mood You would not believe the change I get in peoples reactions when I am stressed out about something I can see it especially in my
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