What are 5 warning signs of stress?
What are the warning signs and symptoms of emotional stress?
- Heaviness in your chest, increased heart rate or chest pain.
- Shoulder, neck or back pain; general body aches and pains.
- Grinding your teeth or clenching your jaw.
- Shortness of breath.
- Feeling tired, anxious, depressed.
How do you talk deeper things?
How To Have Deep Conversations (With Examples)
- Start with small talk and gradually go deeper.
- Choose relaxed, intimate environments.
- Bring up a deep subject that interests you.
- Find like-minded people.
- Ask a personal question about the subject.
- Share something about yourself.
- Ask follow-up questions.
- Show that you are listening.
How do you identify stress?
- No time for relaxation or pleasurable activities.
- Prone to accidents, forgetfulness.
- Increased reliance on alcohol, smoking, caffeine, recreational or illegal drugs.
- Becoming a workaholic.
- Poor time management and/or poor standards of work.
- Self neglect/change in appearance.
- Social withdrawal.
How do you start a meaningful conversation?
Here are 8 ways to make your conversations more meaningful:
- Ask Why and How Questions.
- Channel Curious George.
- Ask for advice.
- Avoid your favorite topic.
- Talk less and listen more.
- Obey the 20 second rule.
- Your body says it all.
- Lose the phone.
How do you talk emotionally?
How To Talk On An Emotional Level
- Step 1: Talk on the same level of emotion your conversational partner is on. Step 2: Show vulnerability by opening up first in order to make the other person feel safe.
- I: “The exam went great! I think it’s gonna be an A.
- You can’t force anyone to open up.
- I: “The exam went great!
- Them: “I know the feeling.
How do you have a funny conversation?
Let’s look at some ways to do this.
- Misreading a situation on purpose is often funny.
- Comment on a situation in an obviously sarcastic way.
- Tell awkward stories people can see themselves in.
- Bring up unexpected contrasts.
- Say something that is obviously wrong.
- Turn something someone said into a catchphrase.