Stress Patterns Develop in the Early Years
Responding to pressure is an automatic response that is know as the fight or flight response. How we manage or react to pressure can be influenced by many factors. Over a period of time these responses become patterns that remain set in a persons make-up.
For example, if we teach children to respond negatively to life’s pressures, it is likely that they will carry these patterns of behaviour through into early adulthood and beyond.
Similarly, if children and young adults learn how to respond positively to challenges or pressure, these skills become useful throughout their whole lives.
In short prevention is better than cure!
In view that pressure can lead to many emotional and psychological issues that are becoming more prevalent in early life, as well as stress related illness, it must be a good move to equip children with adequate tools to deal with with the inevitability of life’s pressures.
For caregivers of children
For younger children who are still very dependant upon their parents or guardian. Simple techniques learned by caregivers can help with reducing pressures and lead to happier and more confident children and ultimately adults. Mindeeze offers the following to help with this.
Pressure in teenage years & early adulthood
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Where independence is very important, learning how to recognise, reduce and manage pressure can be an essential tool in achieving happiness. In addition, this knowledge can help in achieving success and direction in personal goals. Mindeeze offers the following to help with this.