Whether it’s trying to take your kids to school and make it to work on time or dealing with a big project you need to finish, stress pops its head up in just about every situation we have in life.
No matter what the situation, people can feel stressed out, tired and worried, and sometimes that happens before they are even dealing with the activity that makes them stressed.
For people looking to find ways to help solve their stress problems, you aren’t alone. With April set as National Stress Awareness Month, there are plenty of people out there looking to make changes in their stress levels, too.
In the days following Sept. 11, 2001, America moved towards an era of caution and took the necessary steps to ensure nothing of that magnitude would ever reach our shores again.
The time it took to board an airplane became a little longer, security was heightened at major events and large cities, and many held their breath in angst as they neared government buildings, military bases or boarded a means of mass transit. For most, the new rules of our society were a necessary evil; after all, we were at war with terror.