The Holidays can generate emotional stress and despair for many of us. Therefore, it is essential to recognize the ways anxiety may be presenting itself.
Anxiety can present itself in numerous ways. Here are ten signs and some tips for reducing holiday anxiety and stress.
1. Constant worries/dread. You feel anxious nearly all the time, although you may not know why.
2. Impaired thinking. You have difficulty forming thoughts, concentrating, remembering, or learning new things.
3. Fatigue. Anxiety increases the production of stress hormones, which can leave you feeling exhausted. Adequate nutrition, hydration, and sleep can boost energy.
4. Irritability/anger. Coping with stress and anxiety can be overwhelming, leading you to overreact to everyday situations.
5. Fear/Terror. You may be plagued with irrational fears—in such a simple everyday activity, for instance, as going to the mailbox. You may experience an impending sense of doom or believe that danger lurks around every...
The seven deadly sins, they exist in each of us; lust, envy, gluttony, sloth, greed, anger, and pride. The sin of anger had evolved over the centuries. Christian theology once said that those who commit the sin, face the eternal fires of hell. But there are some sinners who are tormented by anger even in this life.
I was in a relationship. Things didn't go well, to sum it up and didn't know how to handle it, went and bought two gallons of gasoline, broke out the windows in the middle of the day time. I live in an apartment complex, filled her car up with gas, set it on fire, blew up the car in her underground parking lot. The whole place had to be evacuated and I could have killed hundreds of people.
I snapped. I beat him up bad enough where the courts to say you know what, do five years prison time.
These men aren't dealing with their sin through confession and repentance but through anger management. The sin of anger is so wide spread...
Everyone gets angry; it’s a normal emotion.
How you handle your anger can make all the difference to your heart. Letting your anger out explosively can be harmful because it triggers surges in stress hormones and injures blood vessel linings. When you have a destructive reaction to anger, you're more likely to have heart attacks.
Studies reveal a positive outlook reduces your heart attack risk by one-third and very optimistic people have lower risks of dying from heart disease.
Learning to communicate your anger assertively can help you feel happier and enjoy healthier relationships.