Technology has changed the way we live, work, and socialize. We depend on our smartphones for work, school, our personal and social lives. Gone are those days when we remembered phone numbers, use landlines, and read the newspaper. Even though technology has made our lives easier, it has made us lazy. We have outsourced simple tasks to our laptops and mobile phones. We live in an era where narrating celebrity gossip has become more important than remembering a phone number. Technology and machines can do things better, faster, and more efficiently than us. …
The world might lose today and tomorrow,
Living beneath anxiety and fear, there’s nowhere to hide,
Homes we have built for survival have suddenly become a devil’s nest,
Deaths are counting, the hate is rising, dreams are being shattered,
Poverty will rise, economy will crash, survival will be hard, and we will lose our jobs.
The sight of tomorrow is slowly disappearing,
But you know what we’ll be alright,
People are still breathing and fighting,
Doctors are protecting, government is preventing, our guardians are secure and loving.
All of this is making the country united,
Still, you’re afraid?
Have you ever wondered why do we stress? Let’s get into it step by step by breaking it down.
Stress is an unpleasant state of arousal when we perceive the demands of the situation threatening our ability to cope effectively. In simple words, when we feel like something is threatening our state of mind, we become alert.
We all say don’t stress out so much or chill out. If everyone preaches it, why do we continue stressing? Let’s understand why.
Let’s start with a simple example, when you’re in the jungle, you need to feed yourself and protect yourself for…
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