Life is a battle. Full of challenge, a challenge that we have to deal and survived with. Full of problems, stressors that comes to our way each and every day we lived. They say we have to play it accordingly. We have to play it as it is used to be. As a nursing student, more stressors are coming to our way. The exams are coming, assignments overload, paper works such as nursing care plans, drug studies that has to be passed immediately, duties in the hospitals, responsibilities in the house and off course love ones that you give value that sometimes contribute to your stress. There are lots of stressors and problems to mention and there’s something always comes in to our mind “how can we manage it?” “How can I manage stress? Stress is a normal and expected part of our lives, but it’s not a part we always know how to deal with. We learn how to handle stressful situations by watching our parents and peers as we grow up. If we didn’t have positive coping modeled for us, it may make it harder to handle even everyday stressors..
It may seem that there’s nothing we can do about stress. The bills won’t stop coming, there will never be more hours in the day and our career and family responsibilities will always be demanding. But we have more control than we might think. In fact, the simple realization that we’re in control of your life is the foundation of stress management. Managing stress is all about taking charge of our thoughts, emotions, schedule, and the way we deal with problems.
They say that the best way to manage our stress is to learn healthy coping strategies. I myself sometimes don’t know how to manage it but there are times that I learn how to deal with it. The say let your feelings out. So I talk, laugh, cry, and express anger when I need to. Talking with my friends especially my best friend , family, about my feelings is my healthy way to relieve stress because if I didn’t do this things, I always end up being feeling sick. W hen problems arise, I...
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