Everyone has stress; it’s a normal part of life. Getting up, going to work, driving a car, having a disagreeable discussion, catching a cold, and a poor night’s sleep are staples in the diet of everyday men and women.
The problem is when you dwell on problems and let the stress overwhelm you and you end up with depression, like staying in the woods too long and getting poison ivy. Forget the bad day at work when you get home; don’t dwell on it. Forget the guy who cut you off on the freeway and the argument you just had with your spouse. It’s not what happens to you that’s important; it’s how you take it in. My suggestion – forget it!