Jeanne Charleston

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12. A occupied person complains of an excessive amount of stress, but won’t decelerate.Some people complain about stress, then ramble on about how much they have going on in life that they ‘just can’t handle.’ The trend is to slow down? That could alleviate some of the stress, ideal? Next comes the excuses: Oh I simply can’t. Life is simply too chaotic. My spouse would panic. My kids need me too much. I cannot say no. Could it be insanity or another thing really?We have quit contacting all this insanity since it now makes perfect sense when you realize it really is merely self-sabotage.