“There are essentially two types of stress: the kind where you see your life flash in front of your eyes when faced with imminent death or the slow building stress that is related to work, or personal relationships and all that comes with these two relationships.  Pretty much these are the two broad categories that many people report feeling ‘stressed-out’ and  do get physically sick over.

What the researches on stress have shown me is stress as a separate entity is not real.   What is real, is how we react to the situations we face either with a negative attitude or a positive attitude. We either react with a strong sense of control or a weak sense of control over the situation.  The result we get from these situations is either positive or negative; this leaves us looking back on the situation and feeling either satisfied or dissatisfied with the outcome.”

  • Phyllis. Source: Canola!

Christian Nordqvist, November 2015



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IRIANS- The Neuroscience Institute


One Comment Add yours

  1. I don’t know, I think anything anyone experiences and feels has become a reality for them and in those moments, stress is very real.


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