It is not easy to be a soldier. A soldier must kill people who are on the opposite side, as called enemies, that who he/she has never known or met, which creates stresses for him/her. His/her responsibilities and duties are to defend his/her country in any possible ways. A soldier¡¦s stress comes from killing others, and/or being killed by others. Soldiers can¡¦t always know where the bombs or bullets comes from or going to where. Thus soldiers could fall dead at any moment. In order to kill the enemies at ease, a soldier must know his/her enemy very well. A war usually goes on for a long time, and because of that, soldiers are mostly in a tensed and busy situation. Thus they can get chronic fatigue. Air pollution in the battlefields can cause soldiers to have lung cancer. Under these bad conditions, soldiers would have higher chances of dying. In order to serve his/her country better, he/she needed to be relaxed more.
If I am a soldier, I will make any possible decisions I can make before entering the battlefields. This can help me to decrease the chances of dying, have a higher chance of surviving, and kill as many enemies as possible. I will only think of fighting for my side and not who I should kill. Since I want to let my side to win and go home as soon as possible, these desires will courage me to fight better, stronger, faster, and be more responsible to my duties, which are positive stresses for being a soldier. However, the negative stresses are thinking that you cannot make it, cannot survive, etc. and sometime don¡¦t want to face the reality. There are a lot of stress management strategies for being a soldier, for example, relaxation, social and/or team support. I believe that most people in the world hate wars, especially soldiers themselves because it causes heavy casualties, and disturbs our livings.
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