In the “anatomy of emotions series” I don’t only mention the reasons behind experiencing certain emotions but i also provide effective techniques that can help you get rid of these emotions,
If you are familiar with the world of computer databases then you may have heard of the term deadlock. A deadlock is a situation where two or more functions try to access the CPU resources at the same time and as a result both of them never do it.
Am sure computer folks will be very happy with this article 😉
So what does this has to do with stress? Actually deadlocks and stress are almost the same thing, but in the case of stress, there are two thoughts that occupy your mind at the same time.
Sam was busy replying to late emails when suddenly his wife called and asked him to buy her something with his credit card because her card was not working.
Suddenly Sam’s boss comes in and asked him to finish an important assignment before noon. At this point sam’s stress doubled. He started shouting at everyone and when his wife called for the second time he hung up without saying a word.
Let’s examine this situation together. Sam’s mind was deeply involved in answering the mails and when his wife called her request demanded an additional part of his mind then his boss demanded another part resulting in a deadlock.
All of these events contributed to Sam’s stress. Had his wife called after he replied to the mails or had his boss came after he finished all his tasks he wouldn’t have felt stressed even though he would have done the same amount of work.
This is how stress happened. You become very occupied with something and so whenever another task demands any of your already locked mind resources you become stressed.
Up to this point you may be wondering why do you sometimes feel stressed even when you are working on one task only. This happens because a deadlock occurs when anything tries to occupy your mind while you are busy even if it was some noise. To make it clear I will write down a list of items that can result in a deadlock, if they took place while you are doing another task.
In order to overcome stress you should try to limit these deadlocks or even get rid of them completely. The following are some very effective techniques that can prevent deadlocks and so reduce stress:
Start by small tasks: If you have two tasks to finish your mind will be thinking of both at the same time. It’s better to get rid of the small one first in order to prevent stress . Many people fall into the mistake of proceeding with the more difficult task first and as a result they get stressed because they spend more time thinking about both
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