The debate "People with a lot of stress can kill others" was started by
May 13, 2014, 1:10 am.
15 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 3 people are on the disagree side.
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JohnnieWalker posted 2 arguments, echofrommadiun posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
JohnnieWalker, echofrommadiun, Raydiff3r, tkershaw3 and 11 visitors agree.
3 visitors disagree.
Not everybody has families, sometimes you are single or recently divorced or a widow.
Not everybody has friends, sometimes people are new in town and they don't know anybody.
I think we should classify all individuals currently working in stressful jobs in three categories:
a) Living with relatives
b) In a romantic relationship
c) Potential train wreck
We focus our effords only in the third kind.
Unemployment is extremely high right now and the government needs to hire a lot of people.
Anger Managerment Agency is the way to go.
If this makes sense to you, write to your Congressman or Congresswoman.
People who are stressed usually have lost control of themselves and thus, there is a possibility that they might kill others. I guess we have read many articles about stressed people who shot others. Stressed people should always be monitored by people close to them like their family or friends. They have to make sure that the stressed people are not going to endanger other people’s lives.
There are some types of jobs that are very stressful like being a cop and they should have several activities that can help them to reduce their stress. For example, they can get free yoga lessons if they like that sort of thing or maybe tickets to an opera if they like that sort of thing. This varies by person but each cop would have several options and they pick the ones that work for them. Something as simple as taking the children to Six flags can help them a lot. There are many types of jobs that are very stressful and we need to manage those stress level before somebody gets hurt.