Watch This Video If You Feel Broken




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Feeling broken?

The feeling of being overwhelmed by work, the feeling when life deals you blow after blow and it doesn’t seem like things will ever get better.

The feeling that you’ll never reach your goals, no matter how hard you try, and that everyone can see and is focused on your faults and failings.

But when all seems hopeless, what can you do to change this? What can you keep in mind so you can keep going and be prepared for when this next happens?

It can be a long, hard road that leads out of dark times, but I promise it will be worth it. The path out can be found.

Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that this article is based on personal opinions, and what works for others may not work for you. This is merely general guidance and does not attempt to replace or substitute professional advice, which we recommend you reach out to a mental health professional for.

If you’re feeling depressed, watch this video too:

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Writer: Ester Weinhardt
Script Editor: Caitlin McColl
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
VO: Amanda Silvera
Animator: Zyan Méndez (@tomboiclub)
YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong

REFERENCES
Sandford, K. (2021, March 2). 7 things to remember when you feel broken inside. Lifehack. www.lifehack.org/325895/7-things-remember-when-you-feel-broken-inside
Lim, B. (2016, November 8). Read this when you’re feeling broken. Thought Catalog. thoughtcatalog.com/bea-lim/2016/11/read-this-when-youre-feeling-broken/



Stress Getting You Down? Try These Tips

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Stress can be such a dirty word. Tired of a stressful life? There are many effective techniques that you can utilize to reduce your level of stress. The tips you will find in this article should help you analyze your situation and find a solution. Prepare to bid adieu to stress.

To handle stress in your life, start by minimizing stress in your life. Something as simple as laying out your work clothing for the next day can give you a better start in the morning; it may give you a few extra minutes to relax as well, instead of running around looking for a stray shoe or favorite blue sweater.

Don’t let your emotions get bottled up. Find a way to release them and you won’t feel as stressed. Some people feel better after venting to a friend, others prefer to write to get their feelings out. If you’re sad, cry for a bit. If you’re angry, try hitting a punching bag for a few minutes. If your emotions aren’t being pent up, you won’t be as stressed.

Consider getting a pet as a way to relieve stress. Having a dog waiting for you at home with his tail wagging can be a great boost after a hard, stressful day at work. Even jut have a fish can really improve your mood. But don’t take on a pet if you’re not going to be able to care for it.



Work to create a healthy lifestyle for yourself. This will reduce your stress level considerably. Not only will lingering health questions create stress, but also you need to take measures to prevent illnesses for your overall health. So go for regular checkups and medical appointments to keep your mind and body healthy, and keep stress to a minimum!

If you are having a disagreement with someone, try having a long talk with them to work things out. This can be very relieving and take a weight off your shoulders that you may be carrying around all day. Resolving disputes with others can go a long way in alleviating stress.

Admit your stress. Each of us have our own stress signal, whether is it teeth gritting, neck pain, shoulder pain, shallow breathing, or loss of temper. Take time to figure out what yours is and then say out loud, “I am feeling stressed” once you start to feel that way. Saying it and realizing you are starting to feel stressed will help slow down the negative emotions.

Try to get as much sleep as you possibly can during the course of the day, regardless of how much you have to work. Lack of sleep will result in increased stress levels, which can limit your productivity and hurt the way that you feel. Aim for 8 hours of sleep a night to feel your best.

A great tip that can help to you keep your stress levels down is to take a hot bath. The hot water will make you feel relaxed and you’ll forget about all of your troubles. Taking a hot bath can help keep your stress in check and it’s something you can do everyday.

Hair is an integral part of the way that you feel about yourself, as it is important to keep everything looking fashionable. Get a hairstyle that you feel comfortable with and is easy to style each and every morning. This will increase your satisfaction and limit the stress in your morning routine.

When it comes to dealing with stress, try going to a shooting range. Firing a firearm can be an fantastic way to let stress out in a safe manner. Be sure to follow all laws and regulations at the shooting range and this will not only be a great stress relief mechanism but also a possible new hobby for you.

If you have extra time to spare grab a pencil or pen and start drawing or doodling on a piece of paper. This will tap into your creative side and let your mind wander alleviating the stresses that you may have. Draw a picture or random designs to help feel better.

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One of the ways that you can deal with stress for the long term is to purchase a cat or dog to have around the house. When you get home from a long day at work, it is always nice to have a pet waiting for you to add excitement to your life.

One great way to deal with stress is to be sure that your posture is correct. This is important because you may be causing physical stress to your body with incorrect posture. The tension that builds up in your shoulders can cause you to feel more pain than you ordinarily would. Correct posture will also help you to feel more alert and positive.

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When trying to get rid of stress, here is a very important and simple tip that many people seem to forget about. To easily combat stress, simply get a good night’s sleep. Sleep refreshes your mind and body and replenishes energy. Naps are also effective at doing this.

A great tip that can help you reduce stress is to make sure you give your brain enough time to unwind before you go to sleep. If your brain is still really active when you go to sleep, you’ll find yourself worrying about everything you’re supposed to do which will leave you feeling stressed.

When the weather is nice outside, take advantage of the outdoors and have a picnic with your friends and family. It is important to get out of the house once in a while, as this can serve as a great alternative. Also, breathing in the fresh air will make you feel great.

Some things in life are inevitable, it’s true, but there are many changes you can make to be able to cope with them more easily. Use the tips you were presented and you will find yourself to be less stressed and more at ease in your life.



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