Often when someone mentions the flow of "ugh!" The response is highly predictable. Yoga classes. Relaxation exercises. Bubble bath. A monkey on our back we just have to live with is the perception that it is doubtful in terms of emotional intelligence, I think it's a purpose, but we might be better if we looked at the nature of a monkey and learned how to work with a monkey rather than get rid of it.
The position is different from the business cycle. Consider the analogy crossing the road, you cross the road and there is little or no traffic. You wait until the road is clear and you cross the road. You get on the road and you have moderate traffic, you run up maybe cross the road or stop traffic so you can go over knowing that drivers have seen you. Now add blind curves in one end, or rain, fog e snow, daylight against dark, child against young adults towards the middle or old pedestrian.
Take a look at each of these circumstances, and you'll soon see the emotional experience, how anxiously the fight or the air system and how effective it is to achieve activate eustress, good stress can be very different from the moment. Having a way to the key in stressors and diagnosing as well as organizing stress thinking is valuable here. Some of us could cross the road and think all the time, "I'll die, I'll die," but others can cross the road with such clear thinking that when the car works in the wrong direction, we're ready for something and jump out of because as we have been practicing the trip.
This is local stress. Interestingly, the stress situation can begin to get rid of when we get over the road and get back to what we are doing or it may be in our minds, continuing to activate stress hormone and exciting muscle, much longer. In another scenario, the drama created by anxiety or memory can be so strong that our way of managing it can take us in completely new ways. We could develop a regularly presented narrative, thinking about circumstances an hour later when it actually occurred. We could go to rallar and devote our attention entirely until it is a sign and a crossing that makes the cross safe regardless of environmental conditions. This could not be bad, but to control stress by constantly shifting attention to determining each external person may not be feasible. Have a quick and effective process that defines stress, relaxes your body and returns your mind to preference rather than feedback can be an emotionally intelligent exercise.
The task of the fight or flight process is to organize mind, emotions and body in preparation to combat threats. Somehow, we have sometimes developed the tendency to crave sometimes things that encourage the fight or the airline and while this drama can create a positive change in our circumstances or environments, it pays to be emotionally intelligent about this process, and choose whether to stay in the thoughts and feelings that arise from threatening experiences, or relax, let go of the spinning thoughts that come to mind and return to a place where we are ready and make sure we are ready for the past results for nothing.