Stress effects us physically and emotionally; it can create acute feelings of positivity or negativity, depending on one's ability to manage it. An individual can effectively manage stress and to use it to their advantage by optimizing the balance between positive stress and negative stress.
Efficiently managing one's stress requires effort and the desire to change. With regular therapy and counseling, an individual can learn to identify their stressors and change their reaction.
Acute Stress Disorder
Following an event involving death, serious injury, or physical violation, it is common for an individual to experience strong feelings of fear or helplessness. Work through the lasting mental and physical effects of trauma with therapy for Acute Stress Disorder and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Avoid the emotional and physical effects of acute stress with therapy from a trained counselor.