Stress and other misunderstanding

Stress and other misunderstanding

Stress (from the “strictus”, tight, compressed) is for “push, pressure, constraint”: a term that is vague and ambiguous but has ended up abusively certifying any form of its own feeling and feeling: anger, despair, fear, inability, agitation, fatigue. So, by abolishing every nuance of the colorful lexicon of emotion, the definition of stressfulness has become – the thesis is in Stress and other misunderstandings by psychotherapists Simona Argentieri and Nicoletta Gosio – a way of not counting on their own fragility and suffering. Continue reading “Stress and other misunderstanding”