Stress is a big problem in life for people in your environment and even in the world. Stress is also bad for your health, and affects youth alot in life mostly in high school and college years stressing lots of
I am glad about your letter, ´´Life, and Stress,” because…I agree that Life and stress isn’t a good goo habit to be in every time.
One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is: ´´Stress is also bad for your health, and affects youth a lot in life mostly in high school and college years stressing lots of school work and jobs at the same time” I think this is intrsting because from my own experience i do go to school and go to work its shows that sometimes its intresting out same time is a good hobby is in. Some student might think is badly because they wont have enough time to do hoework.
Another sentence that I relized was: ´´ Stress happens when harmful situations happen in everyday life, when stress occurs when your heart rate increases, breathing quickens, muscles tighten, and blood pressure rises.” This stood out for me because we don’t all know what situation other people might be in. They make have problems at home and can make them stress out everywhere.…
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because its intresting to learn from other students opinion from what they thing stress is and what it might effect you.
I am interesting in our post,”Life and Stress,” because i can relate to what are you saying.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “Stress is also bad for your health, and affects youth alot in life mostly in high school and college years stressing lots of school work and jobs at the same time” I think this is true and a problem because not only me but other people been through stress. Stress is normal, but it is a problem whenever you think about it too much or take it to another level.
Another sentence that I agree with was: “Stress happens when harmful situations happen in everyday life, when stress occurs when your heart rate increases, breathing quickens, muscles tighten, and blood pressure rises.” This stood out for me because i experience these things too, especially when i am to busy. Even thinking about it make me stress out. What are some steps to solve stress? Some things that work for me is that i clean my house and listen to music.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because you write about good stuff and it is very helpful to people.
My name is Matthew Benvenutti, I was born in New York, I’m 18 years old, I was born July 1st, 1999. I have lived in Highbridge in the Bronx my whole life. I love riding my bike around NYC, being with my friends, j
This video presentation was recorded in PULSE high school.I was being recorded by samson, this video is based on who is most important to me in my life and why. So we worked in groups of 2 interviewing each
Matthew I really liked reading your post. The emotion you put in really made me attach to your story. I like how you said a quote your brother said, then elaborated on why you liked it. For example how you noticed your brother always wanted you to succeed more than him. In a future post I think you should apply what your brother has taught you to your life in school or interactions with people, and how you take your brother lessons in real life. Overall I liked the passion in your essay and how you were able to speak from your heart, and show even though with mistakes you will always love your brother.
i agree with this topic because emotional problems,such as a child’s feeling are very important at a young age, most of their actions would always have a result and that would be how their feeling because of whats going on in their daily life
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