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Nattalia SinclaireProfessor GrosvenorKin 694 December 2017Stress Log AnalysisMany people are forced to cope with very stressful life situations daily. This could be the death of a close family member or serious money problems. I’ve noticed that when I feel stressed, which is very often, I become selfish and tend to only think about myself. I’ve realized through this stress log that the things I get myself worked up about are not that big of a deal, they’re merely first world problems that I can easily handle by myself most of the time. For example on Monday around 10:30am, when I locked myself out of my room I actually started crying although I knew my roommate would be back soon to let me in. I let the stress of that situation fill my mind and take over me, to the point where I let it consume me. I could have used my building’s resources and gone to the front desk to see if they could help me in any way instead of feeling bad for myself and doing nothing but freak out. Since I was having
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