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How to Avoid Being Overwhelmed by Information


1.        Look at all of the information/problems presented to you in a calm manner.
2.        Find which one is more important then the others.
3.        Make a list of your problems/information you've been given and really decide if it's worth getting stressed over.
4.        Take the problems head on one at a time.
5.        Write out a plan. Organize fixing your problems around your everyday life.


  • Anything can be fixed over time; there's no reason to stress over it. Stressing can only make the problem worse.
  • It's OK to ask for help when you need it; don't be afraid of going to someone for help.
  • When a problem is presented to you, simply take it in stride. If you know you can't do anything about it at the moment, don't let it bother you until you can address it properly.

  • If you try to take on more than one problem at a time, you'll get even more overwhelmed than you were when you first found out about the problems.
  • Don't ignore the problems! You must face them or they'll only get worse.

Comments (1)
Craig Wiseman May 2nd, 2007 10:15:32 AM

1) Sometimes, reminders are good
Charles Robinson 5/2/2007 11:56:44 AM

Good info. :-)

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