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Stress can be both positive and negative in our lives. Positive stress can actually help us achieve great things, serving as the fuel to undertake new endeavors and take risks. However, stress can also consume us when itÂ’s negative, not only affecting our mood, but our health as well. Stress quotes can help us deal with negative stress and also tell the difference between good and bad forms. They can also give us the perspective that a lot of our stress is self-inflicted, and that we can develop the tools necessary to reduce our stress, either through living a simpler life, realizing that exercising complete control over events in our life is folly, or learning to meditate and find inner peace, even in the crazy world we live in. Reference.com Definition of Stress
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"If I was causing David stress and he started playing badly, I would have been concerned. This has made it easier on a lot of different levels." Adam Young
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Reuben Droughns

"I can't stress how important it is. It's the last game, it's a division game and it's somewhat of a rival game. We need to end the season with a win so we finish on something positive." Reuben Droughns
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"Don't Stress the Small Stuff--and it's all small stuff," Richard Carlson
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Alan Greenspan

"While this stellar non-inflationary economic expansion still appears remarkably stress-free on the surface, there are developing imbalances that give us pause," Alan Greenspan
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"This, of course, is an important development in the investigation. However, I must stress how important it is for the public to remain watchful and alert. We are still looking for the other three men whose pictures we released." Peter Clarke
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Hans Selye

"Its not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it." Hans Selye
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"In hindsight it is now clear and apparent that there was an exceptional level of stress placed upon ... O'Brien. The chain of command was responsible for this pressure." Jay Johnson
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"I try to stress balanced scoring and try to get everyone involved." Joe Russo
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"I can say 'reduce your stress level' until I'm blue in the face." Mary Stewart
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"I loved every minute of it. But to say I had a little stress would be an understatement." John Abell
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"It's important to stress that they competed and were awarded these contracts. They weren't just given to Performa." Mark Green
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"He hasn't really been showing that much stress. He's been really calm and cool. He's going out there, working really hard and trying his best." Manase Hopoi
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"It's always two scheming to get the other one. You have to keep the pressure and the stress level down because when the coaches have stress, that translates right onto the floor." Mark Franke
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"The yen is weakening so much versus other currencies. The pace of decline of the yen is causing stress and strain within Asia, where central banks may be showing some concern." Robert Rennie
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Martin Jol

"It was the start of a little stress fracture but it wasn't yet. If we'd played him (at Arsenal last week) it would have been. Probably he can play in the last match." Martin Jol
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"There is not much to stress deer for a long period of time." Marty Jones
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"Frankly, we're tired of the stress," Peter Anderson
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"The key to winning is poise under stress." Paul Brown
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Ambrose Gwinett Bierce

"OBSTINATE, adj. Inaccessible to the truth as it is manifest in the splendor and stress of our advocacy. The popular type and exponent of obstinacy is the mule, a most intelligent animal." Ambrose Gwinett Bierce
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"When he had the stress fracture or whatever it was two years ago, the trainers told him it was caused in part because of a circulation problem brought on by the high socks." Bruce Weber
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"We want to stress that the Mississippi will remain at high levels and above flood stage for weeks yet." Ken King
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