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For those who get stressed out easily

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For the past I'd say year I have learned to not get stressed out by things at all. When I see one of my freinds get stressed out over stupid stuff I wonder why don't they just relax. My freind is in the Marines and after been put through the hardest, most stressful work he has learned to keep his cool and not let things effect him. He said 3 things that people have to remember when getting stressed out over stupid stuff.

1. It's never as bad as it seems.

People always tend to act like the world is going to end when the smallest obstacle comes there way. The key is to keep your cool, I used to immediatly loose my temper when stupid things would happen. One time my plane was re-routed to baltimore instead of NY. When I got off the plane I lost my temper and was flippin out. Once I relaxed and thought, "how do I fix this" I found there was an amtrak 5 miles down the road. I got home late but whatever.

2. The problem always gets worked out

No matter what it is the problem will settle or you will find a way to fix it.

3. Someone always has it worse.

Right when you think your so screwed just think there are people in a lot worse situation. I thought about this when my gf broke up with me. But then I though shit my freind has to worry about dieing everyday in Iraq. Things could be alot worse

So for people that get stressed out or think they have it bad just remeber those 3 things and life will be a breeze. Life really is to short to be pissed off. And I think the real meaning of life is to be a happy easy going person and succesful.

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