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People usually talk to me about situations and stressful events long after they are feeling overwhelmed or really unhappy about them.
Long before they come for help, they have tried to work through issues, and often their attempts to manage things can work for weeks, months and even years.
I often think how well people cope in the midst of extreme confusion, pressure and with difficult emotions.
It reminds me of the Yerkes-Dodson curve. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yerkes%E2%80%93Dodson_law)
I wonder — could this principle apply to other areas in our lives?
It almost as though it’s always a balancing act.
Just as though you were riding a bicycle, you are constantly adjusting your balance so that you are performing at the level best for you.
Maybe this is something you can become very good at — if you know yourself well.
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