I am very calm and collective. I can handle any situation without getting stressed or at least showing stress.
I just take a deep breath and concentrate on whats important and deal with it.
I am a very logical person so I stop and think about what it is that I'm stressing about. I will make a plan to fix whatever it is that is making me stressed. If it is something beyond my control, I do whatever I can to not allow the stressor to get to me.
When stress arises, I always take the time to stop take a deep breath and think about the problems and items that need to be accomplished. I gather all my thoughts and make an organized plan as to what is to be done and what things need to be done first.
When im faced with a stressful situation I don't let it take control of my emotions instead I stay focused on the final goal and thinking positive always calms me down, personal motivation.
Take a deep breath and survey the situation. Then find the best way to proceed.
Whenever I find myself in a stressful situation I always take a step back and analyze the situation, I remember my training and run through solutions in my head considering each outcome and then act according.
If I get too stressed I sometimes have to take a second or two to step back and take a couple deep breaths. I remind myself that life could be worse and that I need to keep a positive attitude for the sake of my patients.
First thing i do is take a deep breath and analize the situation. if there is a solution at hand, i apply it; if there is not an immediate solution, then i wait for the right solution to come.
I try and address what is stressing me head on, if it isn't something I can directly alter then I try to blow off steam though exercise.
Stay calm, take a deep breath, and address the stressor.
Relaxing and sometimes walk out.
I tend to go for a run or walk with my dog. I love being able to just blow off my steam by going for a run.
Family time is important to me and being around the people that you love can take your mind off anything that is stressing me out. Also, working out helps me focus my attention on my exercise instead of things that are bothering me.
My strong faith and I enjoy staying fit
I take a deep breathe and remind myself that everything will work out.
Exercise, takemy dogs on a walk, do something I love sewing/quilting.
I would deal with it in a calm fashion.
Meditation and adoration.
I make time when im off from work to do things i enjoy.
I vent, and talk it out with someone.
What is console cantrole.
Family is very important to me, so being around the people I love helps with stress.
I write things down, once they are written I feel like the stress has left and I can focus on the problem later on. Most of the time, after a few hours you realize that there is no major problem you where just under stress and things have calmed down.
I try to remain calm. I analyse the worst case scenario it can happen and then I make a plan to follow in order to avoid it from happening.
I use physical activity to cope with stress. Whenever a stressful situation arises I have found that going for a run or swimming laps helps relieve that stress.
Workout or listen to music.
I think I can handle stress rather well, I enjoy problem solving to work out how I'm going to do something even if there's limited time. I think the key to stressful situations is to stay calm and work logically towards a solution because if you become stressed and just start to try anything you'll take even longer to come to a good solution to the problem.
I handle stress very well, and often thrive when put into stressful situations.
The best way for me to deal with stress is to break it down and take the situation step by step. I tell myself to remain calm and ask for help if needed.
After a stress ful day I listen to music and cycle if weather allows. I am well aware of work life balance and try and keep work stress at work so that I am fresh and available to take up new challenges at work.
Breathe it in breathe it out, remain calm, and think on your feet to resolve problem.
I am very used to stress, I grew up where my family makes their living off of what happens 3 months out of the year. Things get really stressful around springtime they have all my life. Ive learned to deal with it by not letting it effect me negatively. Ive gotten good with writing things out and learning how to be most effective to get through the stressful time. Ive learned how to look for ways to work smarter not harder to relieve unnecessary stress. I almost thrive in a stressful or chaotic environment because it makes me focus and get in the zone so that I can get through the situation.
Personally, I hand stress by releasing it during phsysical activities whether its on a run or working out at the gym. I prefer to handle it this way to avoid confrontation.
I do alot of self talking and reading that help me with everyday stress. If in a particularly stressful situation it is key to not let it overcome you but to deal with the task at end calmly.
Stress can actually produce a rush of adrenaline that keeps me on my toes. I am very good at multitasking and when stressful moments occur, I asses the situation and prioritize what needs to be accomplished first.
I do recognise my limit and if am stressed, I would probably take 5 min off the treatment room, gather myself, possibly talk to someone as to why am stressed and then get back to work.
I am very calm and focused during stressful situations. I focus on the objective and prioritize what needs to be done in order to meet that objective.
I take a weekly Pilates class and enjoy spending time at the gym.
To deal with stress I play badminton in my free time. Stress at work I would take deep breaths and think calmly, make a list of how to handle situations which can reduce stress.
Focus on what is important, the patient. Prioritize what should be done first.