Stress is the inability to cope with the demands of a situation. Stress usually occurs when you are frustrated, interrupted or encountering new and challenging situations. The level of stress depends on the damage a person thinks a situation can do to him or her.
Stress acts like a slow poison and can result in an inferiority complex, and loss of self-esteem and self-confidence. It is the result of undue expectations on ourselves or trying to live to the image created by others. We sometimes try to change ourselves so we can be accepted by others.
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