Burnt out, how would you handle ?

Philippines
October 11, 2010 9:26am CST
We all have those moment wherein we wanted to get away or release all the stress in our system. I usually get a good sleep first and watch good movies, this relaxes me somehow. How about you how would handle a stressful situation?
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@mybabe (33)
15 Oct 10
when im burn-out i just surf the net, chat with friends online and do facebook. sometimes to get rid of stress from work do relax by watching television or just satay home and rest.
@bjcyrix (6857)
• Philippines
13 Oct 10
It depends on the level of being burned out. There are those stressful situations that I can still handle. There are those slightly higher level of stress that only binge eating or walking it off could handle. Then there are also those kind of burnt out situations that only sleep could handle. I do have a high stress threshold so most of big stuff can still be manageable. But when things are piled up with the pressure from a lot of people and added with a bit of frustration, then the only cure for that is a good rest. I would have a clearer mind and perspective once I wake up. Only then would I know what to do.^_^
@Hatley (152118)
• Garden Grove, California
12 Oct 10
when I am stressed I have two optionslisten to classical music and enjoy relaxing and forgetting everything but the great music or I go to Jasc paintshop and make graphics . there I get engrossed in creating something new and all mine and my stress is gone like that.
@ANTIQUELADY (36491)
• United States
11 Oct 10
wHEN I AM STRESSED out over something i usually clean, I have always done this. Gets my mine off whatever the problem is.
@meowcow (942)
• Philippines
11 Oct 10
Yes I do the same. I make sure I set aside at least a week. A whole week of nothing. I even go as far as turning off my phone so no one disturbs me. Some days in that week I won't turn anything on and keep a whole day of silence. Some days catch up on exercise. Anything to get me back to the normal balance of the world. Then when the week's up, I turn my phone on again and look at all the angry texts.