No one's life is perfect. Even models have bad days. It's inevitable that once in a while a stressful situation will arise making us feel like we're about to explode. It's frustrating yes, especially since most of the time we feel there's little we can do about the situation itself. However, what we can do is learn how to deal with it. Work, relationships, etc. may have stress written all over them, but before you fall victim to anxiety, see how you can take things with a grain of salt.
Don't Take It Personally.
Whatever it is that's causing you distress, don't doubt your capabilities or your self-worth. It's normal to have hardships-and fallbacks-so don't assume you're lacking in character. You are good enough: remember that and keep your head held high.
Being aware of your thoughts can help avoid the snowball effect that ultimately leads to stress. Don't Sweat the Small Stuff bestseller author Richard Carlson, Ph.D advises "to notice what's happening Read More »from Seven Tips for a Stress-Free Life