Free English Class! ⏰🚨 Topic: Stressful Things (Lesson Only)

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Welcome to this free English class where you will learn to talk about stressful tings in English! In this English lesson I'll help you learn words phrases so that you can talk about the things in life that cause stress. As you know, sometimes life is as easy as pie, but sometimes it is also stressful. There are many things in life that cause worry, anxiety, and stress. In this lesson you'll learn how to talk about those things in English. In this English lesson I'll talk about stressful situations that happen when you're young, old or middle-aged. I'll help you learn English words and phrases to talk about stress at work, at school, and at home. In this English lesson you'll learn English words and phrases like the first day of school, uncertainty, getting arrested, going bankrupt, public speaking, English conversation, and more! I hope you enjoy this English class about stressful things, and I hope it doesn't cause you any stress as you continue to learn English. Have a great day! βŒ› Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today with English subtitles on, and once tomorrow with the English subtitles off. This will reinforce the English you have learned! -- βœ… Support Me and Get These Members Only Perks: πŸ˜€πŸ’² If you would like to become a member of my channel here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZJJTxA36ZPNTJ1WFIByaeA/join Becoming a member at every level has these benefits and perks: 1) For 10 minutes during each live stream you will be able to participate in the "Members Only" chat. 2) A cool crown beside your name during live streams and when making comments on videos. 3) Your name in green during live stream lesson chat. 4) You will have access to a members only video each Wednesday called, "Wednesdays with Bob". These are behind the scenes bonus videos with full English transcripts for your listening practice. 5) A full transcript for every Tuesday video. βœ… Join now to receive these perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZJJTxA36ZPNTJ1WFIByaeA/join I really appreciate those you that have chosen to thank me in this way! Please only support me if you can afford it! If you prefer to support me via Patreon, here is a link to that page: https://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadian Thank you for your generosity! -- βœ…SEND ME A POSTCARD: Bob the Canadian P.O. Box 419 Smithville, Ontario Canada L0R2A0 -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: βœ…Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: βœ… I have a second Youtube channel right here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmW5tmKIBrryNf5n-_A6Fmw βœ… P.S. If you are interested I have created a podcast of my shorter English lessons. It is right here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1310116 -- #englishlesson #learnenglish #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License βœ“ Free for personal and commercial use βœ“ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com

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Well hello and welcome to this English lesson about stressful
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things. Life has a funny way of being stressful sometimes. And
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I guess it's not actually funny is it? Stress is not a nice
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thing. You might have stress in life. You might have stress at
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work. You might have stress at school. In this English lesson
00:20
I'm going to talk about all of those stressful things that we
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have in life as human beings. All of these stressful
00:28
situations. Um hopefully you understand what stress is.
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Stress is a feeling of worry. A feeling of anxiety. Um the most
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common way to describe it in English of course is to say
00:40
that you are stressed. You're feeling stressed. Um I have a
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few things I have to do today and I'm a little bit stressed
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about them. So I'm a little bit worried. I have a little bit of
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anxiety. But today I just hope that you're able to learn a lot
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of new English words and phrases while we talk about
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stressful things. A job interview. So I picked this one
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because I was trying to think of one of the most stressful
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things that I've experienced in my life. And I must say that a
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job interview is very very stressful. You go to a place
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where they are hiring people. You apply for a job. They might
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call you and say hey we'd like you to come in for an
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interview. And you go in and you talk to a few of the people
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who work there. They ask you lots of questions and you try
01:29
your best to explain who you are and how you could be a
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benefit to their So a job interview definitely stressful.
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By the way I do have a an English lesson about job
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interviews. Maybe Dave or Todd could dig that up and link it
01:43
in the chat if you're looking for it. Common job interview
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questions and maybe if you prepare for an interview it's
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less stressful. I think that's how it works. The first day of
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school. So I don't experience this the same way a student
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would. But if any of you are students or if you have kids
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who still go to school the First day of school can be very
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stressful. In Ontario Canada kids spend most of the summer
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playing and enjoying themselves and then as the end of August
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comes they might start to feel a bit of stress because the
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first day of school is usually the day after Labor Day. We
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have a holiday in September and then school begins. I know in
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other places in North America school starts a few days or
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weeks earlier. But here the first day of school can
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certainly be a stressful event. And of course the first day of
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work. Let's say you go to a job interview. And they call and
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say you got the job. You would be excited but you might be a
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little bit nervous for your first day of work. Because you
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don't know anyone. Necessarily. Uh you're not sure what they're
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going to ask you to do maybe. So your first day of work can
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be very stressful. I know for me when I started my current
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job I was very stressed on my first day of work because I
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wasn't sure how well the were going to like me or listen to
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me in my classrooms. So the first day of work can be very
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very stressful. Well this is kind of the opposite isn't it?
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The opposite of the first day of work would be getting fired
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or losing your job. And let me explain the difference between
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the two. When you get fired it means your boss talks to you
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and says we are we no longer need you. And generally you get
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fired after you've done something wrong at work. So
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maybe you're building things at work and you build it wrong all
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the time and your boss has told you over and over again how to
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do it correctly. Um and you keep doing it wrong they might
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eventually just fire you. When you lose your job it doesn't
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mean you were doing anything wrong. Although it could mean
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that. But maybe they just don't need you anymore. Maybe there
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there are 500 people at the factory. And they only need 450
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people next year. So they might come to you and say look we are
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going to you're going to be laid off we would say in
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English in my part of the world. You would lose your job.
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But definitely Losing your job or getting fired is very
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stressful because you're not sure where are you going to get
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another job? How are you going to pay your bills if you don't
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have a paycheck? Losing something. This is a general
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statement. Um I have in the past lost my phone. I have in
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the past lost my keys. Uh I have in the I've never lost any
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of my children. Although once at the mall one of our children
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was gone for like 30 seconds and we panicked. It's very
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stressful. Um but we're talking about things not people. Um
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when you lose your keys when you lose your phone when you
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lose your wallet. That is very very stressful. I think the
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most stress full of all of those would be when you lose
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your wallet. Uh and you try to figure out where did I use my
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wallet last. Um what's the last thing I did with it? Definitely
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a very very stressful situation. Running late. So
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this morning I was running late. Jen and I were both
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trying to brush our teeth at the same time. Uh Jen was
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heading out this morning to bring the kids to school. Uh
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and I was trying to get ready for my live lesson. Um and so I
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is running late. When you are late for work, when you're late
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for an appointment, when you're late for a meeting, sometimes
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I'm late for class at school, the bell goes at our school
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saying that class class has begun and I'm still running
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down the hallway with my books and laptop. So definitely yes
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running late is very very very stressful. Car won't start. So
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this is one that I think causes a lot of stress. Especially if
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this is happening at the same time. If your car won't start
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and you need your car to start it can be very stressful.
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Sometimes you get up in the morning and you're running a
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bit late and you jump in your car and you turn the key and
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instead of starting the car doesn't make any sound at all.
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Um that's stressful. And then you have to call a tow truck or
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you have to try and get your car to a garage. Or maybe
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someone needs to come with booster cables and hook their
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car to your car so that they can boost you. So anyways
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having a car that won't start. Certainly a stressful
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situation. Being broke or having no money which are is
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it's the same thing. Um when I was a lot younger there was a
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time where I lived in Quebec City. Um I worked in a
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restaurant and I was very broke. I did not have a lot of
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money. I had enough money to pay rent. Um but sometimes at
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end of the month I would eat oatmeal for a few days in a
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row. Because I didn't have enough money to buy groceries.
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So that's when I was about I think twenty-two twenty-one
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twenty-two. Uh I lived in Quebec. I had a nice job. But
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it was only three nights a week. And once I paid my rent
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and paid my bills. I didn't always have a lot of money left
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over. So that was stressful. Um it's stressful when you don't
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have enough money or when you are broke. You. Death. So I've
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been meaning to do a lesson on this at some point but I just
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don't know how to do it in a way that's respectful. It's a
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difficult topic. I do want to cover all the topics in life.
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But certainly when you have when someone you know passes
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away that's another way in English that we talk about
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death. Or we might say the family is sad because there was
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a death in the family. Which means maybe an uncle or a
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cousin or a grandparent passed away. But death is certainly
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very very stressful. Especially when someone die very young.
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When someone dies and they're in their thirties or 40s or
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50s. Especially if they're married and have children. It's
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very very stressful on the person who's left behind. So
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death I'm not going to say that one kind of death is more
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stressful than another. But certainly a death of a friend.
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Death in the family. Uh when someone you know passes away it
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causes stress in all of the people who are connected to the
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person who has died. Injury. So I had an injury like this when
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I was a kid. Uh an injury can cause a lot of stress. When I
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was a kid I had a cast like that on my right hand or right
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arm and that's also the hand that I write with. I'm right
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handed. So when you have an injury it's stressful. When you
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injure something like your hand or one of your legs it's even
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more stressful. Because if you injure the hand that you use
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all the time to write you can't write. Or maybe you can't use
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the mouse on the computer. If you injure legs you can't walk.
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And so not only is there the stress caused from the pain of
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the injury there's the stress caused by having a difficult
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time leading a normal life. So injuries definitely stressful
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as well. And then a bad I feel bad for this this is a picture
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from a free picture website but I've used this picture a lot. I
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usually use this picture when I have to when someone angry when
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I need a picture of someone angry. But a bad boss or a bad
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manager at work can cause a lot of stress. If you work
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somewhere where your boss yells at you all the time. If you
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work somewhere where you can you do everything to the of
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your abilities but your boss still finds something wrong
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that you've done. If you have a boss who tells you what to do
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every minute of the day instead of trusting you to do the work
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that can cause a lot of stress. And we would call that a bad
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boss. Um and the strong phrase in English that people would
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say if they were talking with a friend they would just say ah
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hate my boss. Now hate is a very strong word. But we often
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use it in English to talk about situations like that. Do you
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want pizza? No no I hate pizza. How's work? Oh I hate my boss.
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He's driving me crazy. So it doesn't mean you actually like
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hate them. Like you're not going to yell at them or
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anything like that. It just means you have a bad boss and
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they are not very pleasant. Illness or sickness. So
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sometimes people ask what's the difference between illness and
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sickness. They are the same thing. Um we usually in English
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instead of saying he has an illness or they have a
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sickness. We usually just say they're sick. Um but if you
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have an illness or if you have sickness it could be very
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stressful. Most people like to live a normal life. I think
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everyone likes to live a normal life. When you are sick and you
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can't go to work when you are sick And you can't look at a
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computer screen because it makes your head feel funny.
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That's what I had when I had COVID. I couldn't look at a
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computer screen. It could be very very stressful and very
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very challenging. Moving. So my British cousins say move house.
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He's going to move house. I don't know the exact phrase. In
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Canada we just say moving. He's moving. She's moving. When are
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you moving? I'm going to be moving this summer. I I'm not
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by the way. That's just an example. But moving be very
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stressful. When you live in an apartment or a house and you
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have to pack up all your things and then move to another place
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to live it can be very stressful. You don't know who
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your neighbors are going to be. You don't know necessarily what
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the neighborhood is like. So moving can be very very
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stressful as well. Um thankfully Jen and I have only
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moved once. We used to live in town and then we moved to the
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Farm and I don't think we're going to move anytime soon.
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We're going to be here for quite a while. Social
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situations. So I actually have a social situation next
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weekend. And I haven't actually been in a social situation for
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a a couple of years. Uh because of COVID. But social
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situations. Parties. Uh work parties. Um when you need to go
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somewhere where there's a lot of people and you need to talk
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to them. Social situations can be awkward. That means you
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don't know what to talk about. It can be stressful because
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people might ask you a lot of questions or you might be
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worried what if noone talks to me? Right? Because in a social
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situation there's little groups of people talking and you might
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not know who to talk to when you are there. But definitely
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social situations can cause stress. Having a baby. So
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having a baby. So we have five kids. Having a baby is
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incredibly in like it's incredibly joyful. It's it
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brings a lot of happiness into your home. Having a baby is a
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wonderful thing. But at the same time it's very stressful.
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Um and especially the day you go to the hospital. So each
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time we went to the hospital when Jen was giving birth to
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one of our kids. Um I'm not going to give too much
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information but each birth happened completely differently
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than the other. So it was always a stressful situation
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for us. Um pregnancy itself I think our first pregnancy when
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Jen was first pregnant with our first child. It was Stressful
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but Jen read a lot of books and she had friends who are also
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having babies around the same time. But actually going to the
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hospital I think was more stressful for me than Jen.
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Maybe we'll do a maybe we'll do an English lesson together
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about pregnancy and giving birth someday. Well I'll talk
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to Jen and see if she'll agree to that. She might be stressed
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to be in a video though. Getting married. So this was
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mentioned earlier. Um there's a number of stresses with getting
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married. There's the actual wedding day. The day you get
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married can be very stressful. When you go to a church or a
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temple or the city hall or wherever you're going to to go
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for the wedding. Um depending on your religion or if it's
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non-religious. Um it can be stressful there's lots of
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family. There's lots of friends. Sometimes the parents
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of the groom and the parents of the bride have their own ideas
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about how the wedding should go. Um and then actually being
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married can be stressful. Um after the wedding day once you
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start to live together the first few months it can be
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stressful learning to live with another person. But I think
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it's worth it by the way. Uncertainty. So I just put a
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big question mark for this one. Uncertainty is when you are not
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certain about something in the future. Maybe you are in school
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and you don't know if you're going to get a job after you
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graduate. So there's uncertainty there. Maybe you
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just bought a used car. And you're not sure if it's going
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to break down on you. You're there's some uncertainty there.
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Um maybe you lost your job and you're not sure if you'll be
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able to find another one. There's uncertainty. So
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uncertainty is any time in life when you're not sure what the
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future holds. Okay. Um I even have it as a farmer. Sometimes
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I'm trying to do things where we need it to be sunny for
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three or four days in a row and then I have some uncertainty
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whether I should start outdoor work because sometimes the
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weather changes. Divorce. So we've gone to the other end of
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marriage. So getting married or being in a marriage can be
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stressful. Hopefully it's not. Um but certainly divorce is
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stressful. Divorce is more stressful. I think if there are
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children involved sometimes people get married and they
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have some children and then they get a divorce. Um so
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that's how we talk about it in English as well. We say oh Joe
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and Jill are getting a divorce. Um before you're divorced
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usually couples will be separated. When you're
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separated it means that you're just not living together
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anymore. So often when a couple starts to fight one of one of
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the spouses will move out and they will be separated. Maybe
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the the husband will get an apartment somewhere or maybe
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yeah maybe someone will move back in with their parents in
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the relationship. So they'll be separated then eventually they
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might be divorced. So separation is the choice to not
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live together. Divorce is the legal separation so that you
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are no longer married. Getting arrested. I don't know a lot
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about one but I think getting arrested it's probably
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stressful. Um if you've lived a life of crime if you've
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committed a lot of crime I think that you would be really
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stressed if you got arrested. If the police came to your door
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and put handcuffs on you I think you would feel like oh no
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I've done something horribly wrong and now I am going to
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jail. Retirement. So interestingly enough a lot of
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people look forward to being retired. Um and I think that
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sometimes people retire and they don't know what to do with
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themselves. That's how we would describe it. Maybe they've gone
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to work every day for 35 years. And they really enjoy their
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job. And now they're 65 or 70 and they're retired and they
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don't know what to do every morning. They have breakfast
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and they're kind of bored. So retirement I think is 99%
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awesome. But for well of the people it might be a little bit
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stressful. Where they maybe they don't have friends to hang
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out with. Maybe their friends are still working. But
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definitely it can be a bit stressful. And then going
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bankrupt. So this is when you are running a business. And you
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aren't making enough money to pay your bills. Um and then
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eventually your business might declare bankruptcy. When you're
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bankrupt it means you don't have any money. You you you
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can't pay your rent. You can't pay your bills. Um and it's
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just very very difficult and challenging and certainly
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extremely stressful. Dropping your phone. I put the what did
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because I see this happen at school about once a month I
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will see a student drop their phone and they don't always
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break phones are actually quite durable now but the look on
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someone's face when they're on their phone and then they drop
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it. They're the look on their face is like oh no I just
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dropped my phone because phones are very very expensive. It's
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very very expensive if you drop your phone and break it. In
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fact many students well not many. A few have phones where
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the screen is cracked but the phone still works. And then
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they probably breathe a sigh of relief. That after dropping
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their phone it still works. Um sending a text or a email or a
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text message to the wrong person. Um I don't know if
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you've ever done this. Um I've done this but usually the
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message isn't that big of a deal. But I found this picture
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on the internet. Accidentally text boss complaining I'm stuck
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in a pointless meeting. So that would be stressful if you're in
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a meeting and your boss is talking and you think you're
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texting a colleague wow this meeting is boring send and then
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you hear your boss's phone go and your boss is like basically
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looking at you. So sending a message or text to the wrong
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person. This is a relatively new stressful thing. Um I mean
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2030 years ago you couldn't really do this but now we live
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in a world where we send messages so quickly. It can be
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quite stressful when you hit send and you realize you've
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sent a message to the wrong person. A test. So tests are
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very very stressful. Um writing the test is stressful. But the
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days leading up to this test are stressful as well. If you
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are planning to take an english test let's say you register to
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take an English test in June. And we're sitting here in
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March. Your stress is very low. But every week your stress will
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get bigger as the test approaches. Tests can be very
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stressful for people for sure. Uh public speaking this is a
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very common one. It can be very stressful to talk in front of
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people. Um when you know that you have to give a speech when
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you know you have to stand in front of 50 or 100 or a000
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people. It can be very very stressful. Um and again being
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prepared is a great way to reduce the stress a little bit.
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As someone mentioned having an English conversation can be
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stressful. Again two things that can reduce the stress of
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an English conversation. Number one make sure you're having
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regular conversations each week with someone. Use preply.
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There's a link in the description below. Um find
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someone who you can pay to talk to you for 30 minutes or an
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hour each week. Um that regular weekly practice will reduce the
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stress you have when you speak English to someone else. And
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then number two prepare for your conversations. Always try
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to think of things that you can talk about. A disagreement. So
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sometimes you and a friend might disagree. Maybe you and
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your brother disagree. Maybe you and your spouse disagree. A
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disagreement is never enjoyable. Maybe you have a
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disagreement with someone at work and the two of you just
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don't get along. It can be very stressful to go to work
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everyday knowing that someone you work with disagrees with
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you on a certain matter. A child moving out. So this is
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when your kids get older. And this would be something
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stressful that's unique to parents. But all of us had
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parents. So we might be somewhat familiar with this.
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When kids start to move out when a kid goes to university.
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Or when a child is 17 or 18 or nineteen and they move out of
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the house. It could be very stressful for the parents. It
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could be stressful for the kids. But in my experience I
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think the kids are more excited to move out and the parents are
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more stressed when kids move out. Will they find a job? Will
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they do well at school? Will they find friends? Will they
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meet someone? All of those things are what parents think
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about when kids move out. Getting evicted. So this is not
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the same as moving but this will cause you to move. When
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you get evicted it means that your landlord the person who
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owns the house or apartment that you live in has decided
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that you can't live there anymore. And then you get
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evicted. So when you live in an apartment if you don't pay your
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rent for a few months in Canada you will get evicted. Um
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sometimes the landlord needs to renovate the And so they might
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evict you while they do some repair work in there. But
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definitely getting evicted would be super super stressful.
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Math. I put this on here just to be funny but some students
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find math very very stressful. They like reading stories. They
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like learning about history but math in particular can be very
24:31
stressful for students. So this is a bit of a joke but there's
24:34
some truth to it. Math can be stressful for people. Debt so
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we Talked about going broke. We talked about having no money.
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Certainly when you're in a lot of debt it means you have
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borrowed money. So maybe you have a loan that you took out a
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loan to buy a car and so you owe the bank ten thousand
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dollars. Maybe you took out a loan that's called a mortgage
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to buy a house and so you owe the bank money. When you borrow
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money you are in debt and having a lot of debt can be
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very very Stressful. In-laws. I've put this one on here just
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to kind of be funny. I have really nice in-laws. But when
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you get married the parents and brothers and sisters of the
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person you marry are called your in-laws. So you have your
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father-in-law, your mother-in-law and those kinds
25:30
of things. Brother-in-law, sister-in-law. Uh and sometimes
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that can be stressful. Um I luckily Jen's family is very
25:38
very nice. So my mother-in-law and father-in-law all my
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brother-in-laws and sister-in-laws are wonderful
25:43
people. Um but it can be Stressful when you get married
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because sometimes maybe you have disagreements with your
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in-laws. Maybe you don't get along with your in-laws and
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that can cause a lot of stress. And to extend that sometimes a
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family gathering. This is similar to the stress you would
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feel in a social situation. But maybe once a year your whole
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family gets together at one person's house. All of your
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uncles and aunts and cousins and grandparents. And it maybe
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it's just an awkward Family gathering where maybe you don't
26:17
get along with your uncle. Maybe you and your cousin have
26:20
been arguing. So family gatherings can be somewhat
26:24
stressful for people. I talked a little bit about this
26:28
earlier. Insomnia. Insomnia is when you go to bed and you just
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can't sleep. Maybe you sleep for an hour or two and then
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you're just wide awake for a couple hours. Maybe you go to
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bed and you just can't fall asleep till two or three in the
26:43
morning. Maybe you go to bed and you sleep till three and
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you wake up and you just lay there with your eyes open for
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three more hours and then you get up and have breakfast.
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Insomnia is how we describe the inability to sleep at night and
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it can cause huge amounts of stress for people. And then the
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last one being overweight. So I think depending on you know how
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you live each day depending on your daily routine. Um
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sometimes people tend to be a little heavier than they should
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be. When they go to the doctor the doctor might say you need
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to lose 10 pounds or you need to lose 20 pounds. Or you need
27:25
to lose five kilos kilograms. Um so being overweight usually
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results from having a stressful life your stressful life causes
27:35
you to eat more because sometimes eating reduces stress
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but it can make you a little bit overweight and so it can
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just be stressful to be overweight. Not only that when
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you're overweight I think you're stressed about your own
27:51
health as well. So I'm honestly I am overweight right now. Um I
27:56
mean maybe you don't think so but I know when I go to the
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doctor he's going to say that I'm 15 to 20 pounds overweight.
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Uh so I'm I guess I should work on that. I should I guess this
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image is for me. So because I want to be a healthy active
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person for a very very long time. I want to get old and I
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want to be healthy when I'm old. And in order to do that I
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need to make sure I stay fit. That means that I don't get too
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overweight.
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