It is usually when we’re at our most stressed that we blurt the truth out. It is exactly what is needed, we’ve just never had the courage to say it.
Perhaps somewhere in our subconscious, we have already made the correlation that stress and truth are inextricably linked, it’s just that we are guarded on how we feel. It’s not that those thoughts aren’t there, often what we really think is on the back burner, buried somewhere in our subconscious.
It’s also because we’re not always skilled at recognising the truth on how we feel, but being truthful will always help us alleviate stress. It’s telling those concerned the truth about how they make us feel, the things they do that cause us stress.
It’s easy for us to go through phases where we’re feeling angry, anxious, even irritable, but if we’re open and honest, we will admit to others just how we feel. It is important we reflect on why our emotions are causing us to feel angry and irritable.
When we look deep within us, the answers are there, but we dodge the issues by telling ourselves we don’t have a problem, sometimes we don’t the problem we have is with others. Yes, others are to blame and the cycle continues.