Uncertainty, Stress, Change, and Risk

It's important to acknowledge that fear is acceptable, but panic is not. A valuable exercise involves laying your cards on the table—examining the current scenarios and your feelings.

Uncertainty, Stress, Change, and Risk
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Feeling stressed is a natural response when the world around you undergoes drastic changes, causing your foundation to shift and leaving you uncertain about your position. This sensation often arrives in waves, but occasionally, you find yourself trapped in an endless loop.

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