You're a Buddha. Eyes half-closed, a slight smile playing on your lips — you accept even the most stressful situations with ease. Nothing seems to surprise you. In fact, you may even tell people that you anticipated the problems you encounter. Stress happens, you might say, so why fight it?
Peacefulness takes you a long way toward handling stress, but there's more to it than the path of least resistance. Often, stress is a sign to take action, to make a change, or — at the very least — to get up and jump out of the way! Your placid pace could cause a bottleneck in the stress-processing plant, allowing problems to stick around much longer than necessary. Try moving a little faster the next time you're faced with a sticky situation, and see if you can't be cool and courageous at the same time.
Hey Kristina, Sounds like you have been busy lately! Sorry I haven't got back to you but I guess with oil prices our line of work is about to be out of site. Stay safe and I would love to have a talk with you in the future. Keep Pa. safe and stay out of harms way.
i just got my results from the hazmat specialist and it said i was High Risk Responder
You're agile, strong, and not afraid to risk your life dangling off cliffs, battling headwaters, or crawling through dark corridors. Unfortunately, bravery is not all you need to cut it in high angle, swiftwater, and confined space rescue.
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