Life is full of calamitous events – being late for an important interview, the arrival of your in-laws, attending a dreaded function or going to the dentist.
Most of us have realized that in the 21st century we simply can’t afford to indulge in the luxury of despair.
Some people are positive and say that stress needn’t get you down though, especially because there are many experts who are ready to help.
Each of these experts have developed individual coping strategies and one of them can work for you.
Bear in mind that events aren’t stressful – but rather it’s how we perceive them that make us feel so on edge.
Stress basically comes from feeling out of control and the real key to relieving stress is gaining control over irritants you actually do have the power to change and accepting those you don’t.
We look at 8 of the common reasons people seek professional counseling:
Your Urge to Splurge
We’re all guilty of this – just loving to spend our money on all those oh-so-attractive items. How easy it is to overspend any time of the year, but especially over the festive season, as then goods are wrapped more attractively.
Shop assistants too put on big smiles to encourage you to buy. There are so many temptations to splurge, and if you’ve been doing it for years and you have piles and piles of unpaid bills, you’re in serious debt and no doubt on the brink of being tipped over the edge into insolvency.
Sexual Fears – Impotence
Many men battling with impotency seek counseling because of their sexual fears and their marriage being in jeopardy.
Impotence is something many young men are experiencing too, at least temporarily. It is made worse by anxiety and fear of failure, but the condition in most men over the age of 50 will have a physical cause.
Fortunately, only a minority of impotence problems require any kind of surgery. There are things a man can do to help prevent the condition – lose excess weight, eat correctly and to stop smoking.
With preventative measures and counseling, there really is no reason a man cannot have a fulfilling sex life from youth to old age.
Trauma can lead to Depression
Many people the world over are suffering with trauma every day, and many victims are our families and friends. They’ve experienced the aftermath of car accidents, shootings, rape, torture, and murder.
Since experiencing the trauma, their lives have been hell and seem to just seem to be a series of endless problems…
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