—— A happier experience abroad
There’s a difference between ‘good stress’, a short-term state that gives you a shot of energy to cope with a situation, and ‘bad stress’, which lingers and has you feeling permanently on edge.
Stress is a familiar feature of the highly mobile life: as an expat, you may not be able to avoid certain stressors, but you can learn self-monitoring techniques to reduce the negative impact of stress and anxiety on your daily life.
If you find yourself in a state of constant stress and worry, it can be helpful to seek out a professional counsellor through our online counselling service.
Links you may like
- How to Cope with Panic Attacks
- How to Minimise Stress… 5 Quick Tips
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- How to Recognise & Deal With Expat Burnout
- Dealing with Stress
- 8 Great Resources to Help You Beat Stress
- “Good” Stress and “Bad” Stress: What’s the Difference?
- Stressed? An Expat? Here’s What You Need to Know!