It is more tiring at home
May 8, 2012 11:57pm CST
I would admit that I am very much stressed most of the time at home. The stress level is so high sometimes that I would prefer to be out of home if I can. Sadly I can't just go out and just run from my responsibility at home. It is not actually the responsibility but the people at home with different attitude and most of all the lack of interesting people that visit our place. So it is very boring. Not to mention the neighbors who does not like you and would gossip early in the morning in the front gate of our house and you would overhear every word they are saying while you are are still half awake
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11 May 12
wow i cant imagine that, i would not like my neighbers if they talked about me like that, i am lucky so far i live in a very ncie subdivision and we all know each other and were kind enouhg that if we do gossip about our neighbors we dotn do it around them or near them only in private.. we all get along well and look after each other i have lived her almost 3 years and loved every minute.. i guess that makes me very lucky.. :) something to be thankful for..
9 May 12
I find that I will very tiring at home, for the housework is harder than the work in my job. Washing the vegetable for the dinner will cost me several hours and the cleaning is also energy consuming. If having a child, there must be more things have to do at home. The worse thing is that people here usually think housework is meaningless. The one,who do it, has no ability to do other things for the family.
9 May 12
as for me i dont consider being at home boring. first of our neighbors are so far from where we are located and they dont give a damn. second i have lots of chores to attend to after a days work and even on weekends and holidays. and lastly, i do my workouts at home so i pretty much full when i dont have work.
9 May 12
There's actually a simple solution to your problem but it requires you to live somewhere else. Now, I actually have the same issues as you. I have to wake up in the morning and deal with my mom. I couldn't leave her because she is sick and was recently hospitalized. She is a hard case and I even ended up getting a sermon from the doctor. We have carpenters and construction workers building a house beside ours which can be very noisy and some of there are very very rude. And lastly I also have noisy dogs to feed and chores to do. I also live in a small city which means nothing much happens. It really stresses me out. But at the moment, due to the lack of options, I am bearing with it and simply trying to make the best out of it by going out during weekends, cooking, spending time with my best friend, and blogging or communicating with online buddies.
9 May 12
I think you can spent you little time with your friends or little kids so that you can feel great relief from all you boring days. This is what I usually does. Sometimes I go for playing. Playing games with your friends or with your kids gives you great relief from tiring days. I think you can put them in practice. This will help you to free from tiring days in home.
9 May 12
Actually, it depends on the kind of environment you're living in. And just like you said, uninteresting people visiting your place, gossipers and type of atmosphere you are living inside your home. Yes it is true that it is stressful at your home, but basically that depends on the activities that you do everyday. Stressful you say, because we already have that daily routine and responsibilities that we have as a person. Just keep in mind that building up stress on your own home, carries the burden of having a very stressful life, not only at home, but everywhere you go.
9 May 12
i think you need to have a break from home at times if the one giving you lots of stress is from home. because sometimes u can't really accomplish your responsibility if you're stressed out. it might be your responsibility/obligation but everybody needs a break sometimes. don't confine yourself at home, it will soon eat you up. see some people see some place, ask someone to do your responsibility even for just a day or two every week.