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Kurs: -- English - Intermediate

Modul: Past Modal Verbs

Autor: prof. Gordana Matorkić

Naziv jedinice: Coping with Stress in the Work Place

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Coping with stress in the work place may seem like an everyday challenge. The better you become at managing your own stress, the more you can positively affect those around you and the less other people's stress will negatively affect you. If you feel anxious, irritable, depressed, and you lost interest of work, there is certain muscle tension or headaches, you have stomach problems as well as problems with sleeping, constant fatigue, having trouble concentrating or you maybe even started using alcohol or some drugs to cope you definitely have all signs and symptoms of excessive stress at work.

Every day when I come home from work I think: I could have done that task much better or I shouldn't have said that in front of office staff, I could have come earlier to work and finish everything. It's all about task and time management.

You should prioritize tasks. Make a list of tasks you have to do and tackle them in order of importance. You will logically do the high-priority first. If there is an unpleasant task to accomplish get it over early in your day. I should've been smarter last week. I left the hardest task at the end of the day, gave my best to solve it. It didn't end well. I spent the night in my office.

You should break projects into small steps. If a project seems overwhelming, make a step-by-step plan.

One, for me, the most important part is to delegate responsibility. You do not have to do it all by yourself. You will be letting go of unnecessary stress in the process.

I have always had problems with time management. The most important is to create a balanced schedule. Analyze your schedule, responsibilities, and daily tasks. Try to find a balance between work and family life, social activities and solitary pursuits. A person needs downtime.

Avoid scheduling too many things in one day. At times, we underestimate how much time it may take to complete a project or task. Distinguish between the "shoulds" and the "musts". Drop those tasks that are not truly necessary.

Try to leave earlier in the morning. Even 10 or 15 minutes can make the difference. Avoid frantically rushing to your desk, a few extra minutes will give you time to ease into your day.

Plan regular breaks. Yesterday, I would have probably felt much better if I had gone for a short walk instead of staying in cramped, fuggy office. Get away from your desk for lunch. Stepping away from your work to briefly relax and re-charge will help you be more, not less productive.

If you feel your stress building, take a break. Sometimes the best stress reducer is simply sharing your stress with someone close to you. Getting support and empathy from someone else, is often an excellent way of blowing off your steam. Just knowing you have co-workers who are willing to assist you in times of stress will reduce your stress level. Just remember to reciprocate and help them when they are in need of it.

Lastly, always try to find humour in the situation. When you, or the people around you, start taking things too seriously, find a way to break through with laughter. Share a joke or funny story. Remember you are in this together.



Nouns (imenice):Verbs (glagoli):
tension – napetost
fatigue – umor
pursuit – aktivnost
downtime – pauza
empathy - empatija
cope with – izaći na kraj
prioritize – definisati prioritete
tackle – baviti se
accomplish – postići, ostvariti
get over – prebrinuti
delegate – poveriti, dati
underestimate – potceniti, omalovažiti
distinguish – izdvajati, razlikovati se, istaći
rush – jurišati, navaliti, pojuriti
ease – olakšati, smanjiti tenziju
recharge – ponovo napuniti
blow off steam – izduvati se (preneseno)
Adjectives and adverbs
(pridevi i prilozi):
Prepositions and conjunctions
(predlozi i veznici):
anxious – anksiozan, zabrinut
irritable – razdražljiv
excessive – prekomeran, suvišan
overwhelming – ogroman
solitary – usamljen
frantic – mahnit, besan, izbezumljen
cramped – skučen,tesan
fuggy – zagušljiv
at times – ponekad



Nouns (imenice): Verbs (glagoli): 
tension – strain, stress, nervousness, pressure, anxiety
fatigue – tiredness, lethargy
pursuit – hobby, pastime
empathy – sympathy
cope with – deal with
tackle – undertake, deal with, attempt, try, begin
accomplish – realize, produce, effect, finish, complete, manage, achieve, perform, carry out
get over – overcome
delegate – entrust, transfer, hand over, give
underestimate – undervalue, understate, underrate, diminish
distinguish – single out, individualize, set apart
rush – hurry, run, race, shoot, fly
ease – reduce, moderate, weaken, diminish, decrease, slow down
recharge – reload
Adjectives and adverbs
(pridevi i prilozi):
Prepositions and conjunctions
(predlozi i veznici):
anxious – concerned, worried, troubled, upset
irritable – bad-tempered, cross, tense
excessive – too much, enormous, extreme, exaggerated
overwhelming – vast, huge, massive, enormous, tremendous, immense
solitary – unsociable, retiring, reclusive, unsocial, isolated, lonely
frantic – mad, raging, furious, raving, distracted, hectic
cramped – overcrowded, crowded, packed, narrow, squeezed
at times – On occasion; sometimes



Nouns (imenice):Verbs (glagoli):

tension – calmness, relaxation

fatigue – energy, liveliness

pursuit – entertainment, pastime

downtime – continuation, energy

empathy - indifference, apathy

cope with – let go, neglect

prioritize – disorder, forget

tackle – end, finish, be lazy

accomplish – fail, lose

delegate –hold, keep

underestimate – overestimate, overvalue

distinguish – join, link, combine

rush –slow, wait

ease – cease, enlarge, increase

blow off steam – calm

Adjectives and adverbs
(pridevi i prilozi):
Prepositions and conjunctions
(predlozi i veznici):

anxious – bold, brave, calm

irritable – happy, pleasant, cheerful

excessive – sensible, low, moderate

solitary – common, general, sociable

frantic – balanced, calm, collected

cramped – enormous, large

fuggy – fresh, ventilated

at times – always



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