A psychologist walked around a room while leaching stress management to an audience. As she ralsed a glass at water, everyone expected they'd be asked the "hall empty or hall tull" quesllon. Instead. with a smile on her lace. she Inqulred: 'How heavy Is this glass at water?” Answers called out ranged trom 8 oz. to 20 oz. She replied. "the absolute welght doesn't matter. It depends on how long I hold It. It I hold It tor a minute. It's not a problem. It I hold It tor an hour. I'll have an ache In my arm. It I hold It tor a day. my arm will leel numb and paralyzed. In each case. the weight at the glass doesn't change. but the longer I hold It. the heavier It becomes." She continued. “The stresses and worries in Ille are like that glass at water. think about them tor a while and nothing hop- pens. 'l‘hlnk about them a bit longer and they begln to hurt. And it you think about them all day long. you will leel par lyze - lncapable at doing anything." Remember to put the glass down. -_'v P, https://inspirational.ly

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