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What is stressure you may ask?  Well, it certainly isn’t a real word, at least not yet.  It represents a combination of the feelings you get when you are really stressed out and are under a lot of pressure.  It can be caused by many things such as work, family, travel, school, etc. but it can also mean different things to different people.  Some people can tolerate stress and pressure better than others and sometimes it just depends on the situation.  So in a nutshell this site is dedicated to exploring the many things that stress people out or make people feel pressured.  One of the goals for this site is to show people that they are not alone in their stress and hopefully make them feel better about their situation.  As a side project it would be really cool if stressure actually ends up becoming a real word too!

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3 thoughts on “About page

  1. marym@aol.com

    I’m a waitress and I can tell you one HUGE thing that really stresses me out is the fact that most people have no clue how to tip properly. I bust my ass all day and work for next to nothing for an hourly amount so I rely on tips for the majority of my pay. Many people think waiters/waitresses make their money through their hourly pay and those people do not tip very much. People, if you eat at a restaurant and get good service PLEASE remember to tip your waiter/waitress!!!

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  2. jdog153

    I don’t know if this would be classified as stress, pressure, or whatever but college has really become less enjoyable since freshman year. We were told that going to college would guarantee us good, stable jobs when we got out but now that I am in my senior year I really don’t have much faith in that being the case. The stress is really building up on what I am going to do once I graduate, which by the way is only a few months away!! Oh yeah, I love the name stressure, I wonder if it will ever become a real word?

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  3. James Henry

    Christmas time can be a pretty stressful time for some people. In the office environment, for example, some people get noticeably more excited around the holidays. Sometimes those same people can be quite annoying. First you have those people who want to have the office party turned into some kind of office gift exchanging major event. I honestly feel they actually start thinking about getting the right present the day after Christmas for the following year. Then you have the people that are grumpy for the entire holiday season. Those people are best left alone but leave it to the excited holiday people to try and “cheer” them up and then utter chaos ensues.

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