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Stress may manifest its self in Anxiety, Worry, Panic Attacks, Body Rashes, Confusion and any other number of psychological responses. Stress is a mental, emotional, physical, and often behavioural response to a wide variety of stimulants, events or traumas.

Stress. Contrary to popular belief, is not always caused by a distressing or upsetting event. The term stress refers to the pressure faced from demands created by everyday experiences, which result in the body's arousing itself physiologically in an effort to meet these demands.

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You are engaged in your unique journey through life. You may be searching for your own meaning and purpose which is leaving you feeling stress and troubled, distressed and unable to cope. Stress Counselling and Therapy is about addressing that which is difficult for you and working towards meaningful change.

The counselling or psychotherapeutic relationship is about getting a deeper understanding and acceptance of your-self.

If you are experiencing inappropriate levels of Stress, there is help and support available.

Counselling 4 U offers a warm, empathic, safe, confidential and professional environment where you will be listend and where your story can be heard and understood.  Stress Counselling and Therapy helps you explore issues that may be troubling for you and you will be supported in developing healthier and more fulfilling and healthy ways of living and managing stress.

Stress is not innately negative or positive. The determining factor as to whether a stressor is positive or negative positive is interpretation you make of it. Multiple test paper deadlines in a short period, for example, is only negative when you interpret it that way.

 The significance of this point is that you can control your view of events, though not necessarily the events themselves, and consequently you control the stress. Stressors, regardless of their value, trigger the stress response of the body and mind. Thisarousal, when prolonged, initiates fatigue and harms an individual to the point of dysfunction, distress and disease.

Take an analogy from physics and engineering. Stress in these fields means strain or pressure placed on a system. With some stress the system adapts or changes slightly, sometimes becoming stronger. With more stress, the system reaches the point where it will break. Human beings respond similarly.

Stress is an unavoidable part of living. To be alive is to experience the joys and frustrations of stress. Some stress is good for us, the so-called spice of life. Other stress, such as a poor grade on an exam, can be either harmful, if you interpret it in a strictly negative way, or useful, if it serves as an incentive for you to develop better study habits. Since stress is unavoidable, it's important to learn to live with it and make it work for you.

Many people mistakenly believe it is a sign of weakness or failure to admit that they experience stress. Problems develop when we don't recognize that stress and anxiety is causing common difficulties and that it can successfully be managed.

If you are experiencing inappropriate or unmanageable levels of stress or anxiety which are having a negative impact on the quality of your life, or that of your partner, family and friends, then it is wise to seek the assistance of counselling. There are no issue too big or too small.

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