Didn’t you think all kinds of stress are bad for health and it should avoid?
Well, here’s news for you. Stress can be good too.
Some amount of stress is a part of everyday living.
Small amounts of stress can be a positive force, enabling you to meet your deadlines.
A certain amount of stress acts as a catalyst for achieving optimum performance.
Assume, succeeding at sports, a dance competition, or debates,
Or for that matter, even exams without worrying about competition.
It’s the challenge of coming first and beating the competition that gives you that extra edge and helps you win.
Without the stress of deadlines,
Statements such as:
`I am no good. I feel I have not achieved anything in my life so far,’
Not only give you a feeling of low self-esteem but could also drive you to chronic depression.
It gives rise to the negative feeling of dissatisfaction, sadness, hopelessness, conflict, helplessness, irritation, anger and confusion,
Which in turn; lower your resistance to stress, making you more vulnerable to various mental disturbances and diseases.