now our college students will meet more and more stress most of which come from taking examinations and seeking a job .
with the development of social economic , the requirements of society to college students has become more and more large which give us only one way that to work hard to get success and leave us endless pressure. we would learn more knowledge to get good achievements from examinations for it was the only way to select talents for company at the moment .
however , we also have our own ways to reduce our stress that we can take physical exercises , listen to music , read humorous storise and so on in our free time for we all know that outleting our pressure is also very important to us that not only for our health but also prospects of us .
let's face it, life can be tough sometimes. whether you're on a tight deadline with the boss breathing down you neck or you're sitting in rush-hour traffic and your car's a/c is on the fritz, the end of a workday doesn't mean everything's peachy keen. muscles still tight? it's a sign you're still carrying the stress of the day.
fritz /frɪtz/ n ame informal
be/go on the fritz
if something is or goes on the fritz, it is not working correctly
= be/go on the blink
stress is one of the most important reasons to find something humorous. laughter is a sure cure for stress [source: van dyk].
stress builds tension in the human body, and that tension has to go somewhere. usually it's the muscles.
so what to do? yes, you could get a massage, but have you ever considered a good laugh? stress-relieving laughter can encompass many forms, but it's usually found in an outburst, much like belly laughing.
direction: for this part you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic on stress. you should write no less than 120 words and base your composition on the online below:
with the fast are pace of modern life, more and more people are living under great pressure.
some people are afraid of pressure. they think that the stresses and strains of work deprive them of joy and happiness. in their view, stress does harm to them both physically and mentally. that is why they prefer something less competitive and strenuous to something more demanding and challenging.
others argue that stress isn't as bad as it often supposed to be. unless it is overwhelming, a certain amount of stress is vital to provide motivation and stimulation. with out stress, you may slack off and idle away your time. it gives purpose and meaning to an otherwise meaningless, dull life. people under stress tend to bring their potential into full play and to realize their goals.
in my opinion, we shouldn't escape from stress but to face it as it is. what we can do is to adapt to the stress and to profit from it rather than to avoid it.
" i can‘t stand the pressure and competition," explained one friend of mine when asked why he decided to quit his highly-paid but demanding position in his company recently. my friend may have his own reasons, but i don‘t think his decision is wise in reality.
it is true that my friend‘s case is not unique. in the last few years quite a number of men and women have chosen to do something less competitive at the cost of a comfortable, easy life a highly-paid job can obtain. they are afraid that the stresses and strains of work will rob them of joy and happiness and do them harm both physically and mentally. in fact, however, stress isn‘t the bad thing it is often supposed to be. unless it gets out of control, a certain amount of stress is vital to provide motivation and challenge, and to give purpose and significance to an otherwise meaningless, idle life. people under stress tend to express their full range of potential and to actualize their own personal worth - the very aim of a human life.
stress is a natural part of everyday life and there is no way to avoid it. what we can do is to develop our adaptive abilities to deal with it rather than to escape from it.