It’s like a huge stone on your back. Or a rollercoaster, that just doesn’t want to stop. You may feel frantic, overburdened, overwhelmed, exhausted. You might have trouble concentrating and find yourself constantly forgetting about a million small things each day. When you think about things you need to do, you want to scream, or cry, or just turn on the TV or dive into internet and forget about them. You are stressed and you have had enough.
You are not alone. In today’s fast paced world stress has become an epidemic. Good news is, this has led to a lot of research and development of a wide range of methods of coping with it. These methods focus either on changing your lifestyle and environment to make them less stressful, or on changing your inner attitude, so that stressful situations don’t have so much impact on you.
In practice the solution lies often in the mixture of the two. I can help you identify the sources of stress in your life and decide if any of them can be eliminated or controlled, as well as help you learn new ways of coping with stress you cannot avoid.