Last week, I talked about Type One stress. If you haven’t read last week’s blog yet, I encourage you to do so before reading this week’s. It will be much more understandable and flow more easily.
As I mentioned before, Type Two (or long-term) stress occurs when the source of your stress is unclear, not immediate and sometimes not even recognizable. Although when you experience Type Two stress you’re not responding to an immediate, identifiable threat, your body reacts as if you were because it can’t distinguish between potential bodily danger and your ongoing dissatisfaction with your boss’s carping and nagging. What you think is stressful becomes stressful because your body reacts the same way to an immediate danger that it does to the recollection of an insult from two weeks ago. [Read more…] about Stress: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Part 2
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