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Stress vs. Happiness (wl)

Miserable
— very unhappy or uncomfortable
Cope
— to deal successfully with something difficult
Relief
— the feeling of happiness that you have when something unpleasant stops or does not happen
Calm
— not excited, nervous or upset
Resilience
— the ability of people or things to recover quickly after something unpleasant, such as shock, injury, etc.
Lift somebody’s spirits
— to make someone feel more cheerful and hopeful
Mood
— the way you are feeling at a particular time
Increase
— to become greater in amount, number, value, etc.; to make something greater in amount, number, value, etc.
Develop
— to gradually grow or become bigger, more advanced, stronger, etc.; to make something do this
Experience
— to have a particular situation affect you or happen to you
Tunnel vision
— a lack of ability to see or understand all the aspects of a situation, an argument, etc. instead of just one part of it
Resource
— personal qualities such as courage and imagination that help you deal with difficult situations




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miserable
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cope
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relief
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calm
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resilience
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mood
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increase
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develop
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experience
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tunnel vision
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resource
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lift somebody’s spirits
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