Stress in the Family by truth4reviews


									Stress in the Family

                  Family problems are outnumbering problems of single households. Families
       deal with jealousy, pressure from work, bills, managing an entire group of people,
       making decisions and so forth. We can see that stress potentials are higher for families,
       since stressors are outnumbering the groups. Families deal with schools, work, home,
       friends, bills, and many other common problems or activities daily. When the family is
       visiting friends, they are generating positive energy if the results are rewarding. On the
       other hand, if they are worrying about late bills they are risking homelessness, hunger,
       and so forth. The breadwinners have other people to worry about if things go wrong,
       therefore, one need is not essential, but many are. We can see that marriage alone sets up
       an institution of stressors and stress, since more responsibility is required. We are offered
       advice over the Internet, in the library, or through counselor to deal with family stress.
       However counseling costs money and this may include additional funds that we lack,
       therefore we need to learn stress management techniques to help and support the entire
       family. Life gets us all down from time to time, so it is important to remember to take
       care of your responsibilities today, since tomorrow is out of our reach. Families should
       enjoy quality time to avoid breakdowns. Family time includes, dining together,
       entertaining together, and learn to live together. Learning each other’s behavior patterns,
       thoughts, personality, habits, and other details of the family member can enhance a
       relationship. If you grow together most likely you will stay together until the end of time.
       Remember when you grouped together all of you took vows to stand together through
       thick and thin, better or worse, or through good times. There are going to be hard times
       ahead so the trick is to learn stress management techniques to get you through the many
       storms. Preparing is the first step since we have to remember that hard times are
       potential. Preparing for hard times will promote us to set budgets that will reduce stress,
       and save money for a backup plan when disaster hits. Nowadays it takes four to provide
       for an entire family, but in most homes both parents work hard to keep food on the table.
       This presents its own problem, since children need their parents in the youthful years.
       Now we have decisions that are affecting an entire world since nowadays children are
       rebellious, hateful, and dangerous and so forth as a result of parental negligence. It is not
       the parent’s fault, since the leaders of the world place more demands on us that creates
       uproar of stress. The many burdens on our plates often make us wonder why bother with
       life, but as one man illustrated be glad to wake up to another bright day. Life is too short
       to let all the worries get you down. Taking time out to spend time with the family is the
       best solution to avoid stress. Read the bible, enjoy a movie or walk in the park together
       enjoying a bright sunny day. Prayer always helps a family in despair. Take time out
       during the day to pray for endurance to survive the ungodly storms in your way. If you
       are stressing over late bills and the checks are late, then do not over consume your selves
       with the stressors, since something’s in life are out of our control. If you prepared and
       planned, you might have to dip into your savings account to cover the week’s bills. If you
       are the unfortunate then you might want to ask for help. There are many sources available
       that will help low-income families get on their feet, or else help them in a moment of
       despair. If you are struggling to deal with a bad decision that affected the entire family
       then you need to keep the chain of communication going. This does not mean that you
       are expected to talk continuously; rather it means that you must listen, hear, talk, and
       observe each other. When stress is in the family, someone has to take control and
       instigate a stress management scheme that can benefit you all.

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