It is normal for everyone to feel overwhelmed from time to time. Stressors from everyday life, both acute and chronic, can easily trigger feelings of sadness, anxiety, and an inability to cope. However, some people find it much harder to cope with these stressors, eventually suffering from mental breakdowns.
If you have ever felt on the verge of having a mental breakdown, know that you are not alone. Parental stressors, work-related worries, and constant pressure to succeed, along with hundreds of other triggers, push many people to feel like they are at a crisis point. A mental breakdown may not necessarily feel or look like an apparent outburst for such people. Intense anxiety and stress may sometimes increase gradually until it becomes intolerable to cope with. Regardless of how a mental breakdown presents itself, it is imperative to learn how to identify it and keep it under control so that any issues in the foreseeable future can be avoided.
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