Most common are difficulty breathing, palpitations, constriction, agitation, nausea, muscular tensions, difficulty concentrating, and increase in blood pressure.
Typically a sudden onset of the above symptoms intensified that can be quite debilitating and paralyzing.
The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential” which can include relationships, work, and life goals.
Shock, denial, bargaining, anger, sadness or deep heart pain, acceptance, depression.
Stress is essentially neutral and arises from any change that can be interpreted as positive or negative that causes physical reactions such as increase in adrenaline, brain electrical activity, alteration of hormones and increase in blood pressure.
When the above symptoms and physical changes are prolonged over time then there is risk of developing health issues.
Pamela Morgan, MSW, LC
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