This is another practical exercise to beat stress. Get a pen and piece of paper. At one end of the piece of paper, write down (using either words or pictures, whichever works best for you) where you are now, and at the other end, where you would like to be. For example, at the moment you are stressed because you are not getting on at work with someone, and you would like to be calm and happy and getting on well with all your colleagues.
In the centre of the page, write down the problems and obstacles that have to be overcome so that you can get to the other side of the paper. List some potential solutions as well, along with anything that you may need to change within yourself to reach your desired outcome. This is just an idea - you can make your plan as simple or as complicated as you like, and you can include anything that will help you to analyse the problem and think it through to a positive solution.
Stress is a medical condition and it can have a serious effect on your health. If you think you are suffering from stress it is crucial that you consult a medical professional.