Stress and Reaction.
|That "AHHH" feeling.|
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|Parts of the brain that are affected by stress.|
|This guy was on a stamp!|
What's important when we talk about stress? Well, let's return to the biological definition, "a person's response ... " This is key and it is best stated by Hans Selye, "Its not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it." As a pioneering Hungarian endocrinologist for his time, I trust his opinion can be looked upon with regard. 
In my opinion it would seem that stress isn't necessary a source of bad. It too can be used for good in our lives. Perhaps we partly define ourselves, our identity, based upon our stressors and how we use them to achieve our goals, or worse, destroy ourselves.
|I guess he likes hammers too.|
If we look further to some guidance, we can find that funny man Tim Allen has said, "You don't know what people are really like until they're under a lot of stress." Although a comedian by trade, sometimes this profession and the actors within can be the most honest to our condition.
What do we take home from this discussion of what stresses us? I believe we should take these things with a grain of salt. Over worry, over exert yourself, or be overly anxious; you'll do yourself in. Perhaps we should seek a more constructive outlet to our frustrations and not fret about tomorrow.
|Just chill, tomorrow will come.|
Just relax, Don't Panic, everything will be fine.
With that, I'm going for a walk.
 Definition by Google with complete available at: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stress
 Biological definition by Wikipedia and further research at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stress_(biology)
 Quote by Brainy Quote at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/h/hansselye381380.html
 Biography by Wikipedia and available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Selye
 Quote by Brainy Quote at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/t/timallen452123.html