Are you avoiding situation where there is a lot stress going on in the atmosphere? Well, some of the experts believe the stress is actually move you forward. It is like a steroids in athlete world or ecstasy of the dance floor — getting you accomplish your goals.
Doctor Robert Ader:
”Through our animal work we have hypothesized that it might be possible that some people might need stress because it elicits the release of catecholamines, such as adrenaline, in the blood stream, and this is not necessarily bad because it might increase resistance to some types of disease.”
Determine good n bad stress. First off, you have to determine what is good and what is bad. You can feel it in your heart, or ask yourself: Is this feeling of tense will lead you to getting things done or finish your goals? Or do I feel nothing but a burning fire inside you and give you nothing — even makes you feel worse — in the end?
In my opinions — through a lot of readings — there are two stress  Good Stress and  Bad Stress.
1.Encourage good stress. Good stress is when you need elements of pushing forward by force — that we have no intention to pursue — the mean of objective any further. But because of the stress, we are forced to do something or to finish something, which is good at the first place. By leveraging good stress, we excel in doing: increase productivity, getting things done, accomplished a mission
2. Discourage bad stress. You can feel the bad stress effect: you suffering when it’s happening. Well, bad stress will lead you into the wood of insanity. Once the bad stress is entering the level of too-hot-too-handle situation, you may fall into the depress hole. The best thing to do is to recognized the situation and avoid it.
Mandel says that if you answer “yes” to any of the questions below, you may be at risk for developing stress addiction:
“1. Do you tune out during conversations thinking about other things? 2. Do you feel rushed wherever you are because you feel that you ought to be completing the next task somewhere else? 3. Do you feel uncomfortable, worried, and nervous in your mind or body when you don’t have something you must absolutely do right now?”