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  • Your article says, “If you think about stress, it’s not just being exposed to challenges, it’s the sense that you don’t have the resources to deal with it,” Adler said. “People with a low sense of control are much more vulnerable to
    stress. They have this feeling of being overwhelmed.”

    You can find an explanation about why this phenomenon is true at doctorstress.com or psychoharmonics.com. The source of all pathological stress is the maintenance in one’s own mind of one or more impossible goals. Goals are impossible because of time, space, or circumstances. Not all poor people are stressed, just as all rich people are not relaxed and joyful. Psychoharmonics, a trademarked system for understanding and managing emotions, can be taught to people in all socioeconomic groups. Stress, indeed, is a choice; so is joy.