The article suggests three ways to combat stress at work. The first technique is to engage in honest emotional reflection. This allows you to understand your emotion, which can help identify a coping strategy. The second way is to evaluate your current coping strategies. By asking yourself questions about your routines and acknowledging your emotions, you can identify unhealthy coping strategies and change them accordingly. The third way is box breathing, a breathing technique that lowers anxiety by reducing heart rate and promoting clearer thinking.
Experiencing stress at work is normal and is to be expected in any working environment. Young employees with disabilities may experience more stress due to their self-expectation of fulfilling all their job responsibilities and producing as much output as their colleagues without disabilities. Therefore, it is important to understand how to manage stress better and take care of one’s mental well-being.
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