Lesson 8: Coping With Grief and Stress
Interacting with your Immediate Environment
Sometimes you just can’t cope with extreme emotions. They overwhelm you with their intensity, and create anxious states that impede rational thought processes which lead to irrational behavior. Sometimes they must be suppressed in order to deal with them later, at a calmer moment.
Sometimes you need to distance yourself from what is happening in order to fully comprehend what is going on, and act accordingly.
Interacting with your immediate environment with desktop exercises is a way of achieving this emotional oasis without physically removing or distancing yourself from what is causing stress.
Dealing with hospitals.