Stress is simply a response which you create in the interpretation of an event. Two people might find that a given event results in quite different responses. For example, an after dinner speech might strike fear into the heart of an inexperienced speaker while a strong orator views it as a wonderful opportunity to share his thoughts. Understanding that the perceived negative effects of an event or task may be mentally manipulated and conditioned towards the positive, will allow you to be a peak performer in all instances. -- Robin S. Sharma
My name is Tamica Cox-Jerome. I am a mother, sister, friend and a wife. If it were up to me I would read, read and read some more. I am a student and will always be as I enjoy learning. I am approachable, compassionate, loyal, and at times audacious. If I had to describe myself in one word though, that word would be strong. To quote Confucius: "If I am walking with two men, each of them will serve as my teacher. I will pick out the good points of one and imitate them, and the bad points of the other and correct them in myself."