Hello. Today I want to talk about a daily occurrence that we call stress. Probably all of us have experienced it, but for the younger people they may have never heard of it. I think this is such an important topic to address, especially to the young out in this world. Hopefully after you read this script, you'll be able to live a better life!By definition, stress is the mind and body's reactions to every day occurrences. We often think of stress as something bad to have, but not all stress is negative.Eustress is the positive type of stress. This type helps with reaching goals by energizing and motivation the person to achieve them. If you are familiar with a Minecraft YouTuber by the name of Xisuma, he had mentioned many times how much he gets motivated to succeed by his viewers. He often has eustress to reflect entertainment back to the Minecraft community.Distress is the exact opposite of eustress; it is the negative type of stress. It will interfere one to make accomplishments. You you might have seen stress in the form of anger, tiredness, depression, and other cases. These are only outcomes of distress, the negative half of stress. Distresses can be either short or long term. It's ideal to prevent them from lasting too long as they can lead to worry, depression, negative anxiety, and apathy, or lack of interest. Stages of StressStress occurs in three (3) stages: trigger, resistance, and fatigue. 1. The trigger is the initial start of a stressor. The body's general adapt system (GAS) prepares the body for the stressor.2. The body begins to resist the stressor, dedicating as much energy as possible towards it. This irregular moment can have a variety of effects including: headaches, muscle aches, mental frustration, dehydration, hunger and much more.3. Eventually, one's stress tolerance, their point of fatigue, causes the body and mind to become tired. The energy systems have been overly used. PersonalitiesEveryone has their own personalities, but I want to cover two main ones because of how they link to stress.Type A PersonalityPeople with Type A tend to be competitive, strict with themselves, and highly value their accomplishments. Sometimes, these people can get very stressed if they don't reach their expectations. They may even have unrealistic ones, like absolute perfection.Type B PersonalityA person with Type B can be described as laying back, taking life easy, and being uncompetitive. But, they may not get stressed over something that would be upsetting for most people, like if their car broke and they have to buy a new one.ConclusionAs soon as myself was informed with the topic stress, I knew I should be something for everyone to know. It happens every day, and can affect us and of some other animals positively and negatively. Stress is inevitable; therefore it is crucial to know how to cope with it.I'm not a professional by any means with this topic, so I'm fine for anyone to elaborate more.