The technique I have chosen for my stress management is a sport, a way to remove all this negative energy I have. I feel as if I could be greatly stuck with this technique, but I also can not let it stress me
I am amazed by what you write about soccer, because I also play football and something that helps me destress a bit from school and get home with the desire to do my homework.
A phrase that you wrote that stands out for me is “The best time to adapt to this technique in my daily life would be after school, after a stressful school day I can go throw the ball and have fun” because it is true me when I arrive from school and I go to practice. I released all the negative energy and came home wanting to do my homework, a bit tired but not stressed.
Thanks for your writing. I hope to see what you write next, because it was interesting to see what you think about soccer.
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