Some children and young people experience many different types of transitions such as emotional, physical, physiological and/or intellectual.
Transition periods can be either an exciting or unpleasant time for children and young people.
Children with positive relationships are more efficacious academically, they will feel cared for, valued and respected.
With a negative stress or distress perception of a stressor, your response may be one of increased anxiety and fear and despair.
Experiencing distress for a lengthy period of time is called chronic stress and can result in serious physical ailments, such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity.
Eustress is the “positive” stress that keeps us excited about life.
However, with the presence of other positive stressors in your life, you can achieve a healthy balance that buffers against stress-related physical illnesses.
On a similar note, it is important not to minimize the emotions that you do feel.