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I had a bad year, I had a worst year, and I’m going to tell you why. I don’t know whether I’ll be able to tell you the rest of the story, but I am not proud of it.

This is from our own research, which found that the average American sees just under 30% of the things they do every day. That’s pretty bad. So what’s wrong with the rest of the year? It turns out the truth is that just about every day, there is something that makes you a little sad.

A bad year is one in which you aren’t happy with the things that have happened. A bad year is one in which you feel like you’ve done something good (or bad) but the rest of the year was just crappy. I’m not saying its the worst ever, but it is certainly the worst of any year that makes me feel like I’ve done something good in some way.

Im not saying that you should feel bad for every bad thing that happens, just that it would be foolish to feel happy at every bad thing that happens. Of course, a bad year can also bring out the best in you. As any of our Podcasts have proven, sometimes it can be a good time to be miserable. But the worst year is when you have no good reason to feel bad.

After our last episode we had a discussion about how the best times are the best and the worst times are the worst. At least that was the case when I first got into Podcasters. I used to think of podcasts as a way to be a bad person and try to make the other person miserable, but then I realized that the best times are the best times.

It’s a similar story when it comes to life. In a way it is better to be the one who has no good reason to feel bad. In a way it is better to be miserable in a positive way. So if you are miserable in life, at least you have a reason to be miserable.

I’m sure you’re all thinking “what about the good times you’ve had? What about that special time in your life? What about that big day you just had? Those good times are awesome and awesome enough.” But I have to go with my own personal experience. In 2016, I got so overwhelmed with stress that I had to go to the emergency room for a stress-induced heart attack.

People suffer from stress in all sorts of ways. But most of us get overwhelmed with stress for one reason or another. It can be from our boss not giving you the assignments you were looking for, or from a stress-inducing situation at work. Stress from just everyday life can lead to anxiety, stress-related pain, and even stress-induced panic attacks. But it can also be a symptom of something else. And that something else is called a stressor.

Stressors are the things that can trigger stress in people. Stressors can include the things we do (like driving 100 miles an hour to work) or the things we don’t do (like smoking or eating badly). Stressors can also be things that we think might cause stress (like having to take a test or a long plane ride). Stressors can be an obstacle to overcome in our day to day lives because they stress us out.

When it comes to stress, most of us will probably have experienced the first two kinds of stressors, but we may not have experienced the third kind. The third kind of stress is not a specific thing like driving a car at 100 miles an hour or smoking a cigarette. It is something that affects us all at one time or another. And for whatever reason, if it’s not a stressor, it’s usually not a stressor.

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