ProperQuestions Reductio ad absurdum
02/01/19 8:00 am
Work 12 hours, make dinner, fall asleep. Repeat. I've had anxiety attacks. I fight through traffic every day, help a crippled father, audited by the irs, on a "health share", and cant afford a house of my own. NJ/America is not kind to intilligent working individuals. Its almost like - what's the point; if all we do is work, worry about bills/future, and have nothing to show for it? I think that's the kind of stress america has. Who has time to raise or afford a family, or even see relatives these days? There is no way i can survive doing this much longer. I hope some of you out there might read this and appreciate it; its not a highlight reel, nor am i complaining. Its reality.
01/31/19 1:42 pm
Not enough I’m a vacant person. I don’t do anything at all rn! Nothing to stress over! Never have ever! I wanna know what it feels like. But I’m also in love with being carefree.
Kay41 the Midwest
01/31/19 7:04 am
No, not that much. I have stress that comes and goes in different circumstances, but nothing that is consistent. Overall, life seems more carefree than stressful.
gonzoboy Northern AZ
01/31/19 3:27 am
Not really. Stress for me is infrequent, and very situational. Stress seems a 'recreation' for some: If they’re not immersed in it, they’re doing everything they can to create it.
01/31/19 12:59 am
I feel like I should be more stressed out than I am.
Got married last year, we bought a house, I’m climbing the ladder at the company I work for, and my wife and I are planning on having a kid in the next year or two, but I remain calm and optimistic about everything.
We need more money, we are planning our retirement, but I wouldn’t say that any of it “stresses me out”.
Zod Above Pugetropolis
01/30/19 10:40 pm
I don’t feel like I have much stress in my life at all these days. What little there is comes from waiting, mostly. I really do better when the pace is fast enough to eliminate waiting as a thing.
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